The Minneapolis City Council unanimously voted to redirect approximately $8 million from the police department despite rising violence in the city since the death of George Floyd in May.
Thanksgiving is a time to look back in gratitude on all that has been good in the past year. It’s also a chance to award the bad — and politicians have given lots from which to pick.
Minneapolis City Council moved to pass a decision replacing the Minneapolis Police Department with a more publicly accountable model focused Read Full Article >
According to Chief Arradondo, the decision was the result of a set of reforms that he intends to use to “[ensure] the public safety of our residents.”
If cities want to see what happens when they abolish their police force, look no further than Minneapolis, where a burnt down factory has decided to leave.
Laws can demand doubling the pay for low-skilled workers, but there’s no way to mandate how businesses will deal with unsustainable labor costs.
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