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Justice Department Sends Letter Threatening To Withhold Funds From 'Soft On Crime' New York City

Gothamist Friday, 21 April 2017 ()
Justice Department Sends Letter Threatening To Withhold Funds From 'Soft On Crime' New York CityEscalating its attempts to get New York City and other metropolises to end their sanctuary city policies, the Justice Department sent identical letters to seven cities and the state of California demanding that they end their policies or lose federal funding. [ more › ]
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New York City's murder rate and other crime statistics have steadily dropped for decades.

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