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Despite local and national calls to defund police, Louisville didn't. Here's why.

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Louisville, in the national spotlight after the death of Breonna Taylor, declined to shift funding from its police department.
 
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Despite local and national calls to defund police, Louisville didn't. Here's why.

Louisville, in the national spotlight after the death of Breonna Taylor, declined to shift funding from its police department.  
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