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U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Harris addresses police shootings in criminal justice plan

Reuters Monday, 9 September 2019
If elected president, Kamala Harris would restrict the legal use of deadly force by police, end the incarceration of juveniles in adult prisons and legalize marijuana at the federal level, the Democratic U.S. senator said in a plan set for release on Monday.
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Reuters reports that Kamala Harris has revealed her plan for criminal justice. The former prosecutor and California attorney general has a bold plan for reforming the nations justice system. If elected president, Harris would restrict the legal use of deadly force by police. She would end the...

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