Mayor Says City Will Settle Suit On Frisk Tactics – New York Times

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New York Times
New York City will settle its long-running legal battle over the Police Department’s practice of stopping, questioning and often frisking people on the street — a divisive issue at the heart of the mayoral race last year — by agreeing to reforms that
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