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New York City Council Votes To Close Rikers Island

Newsy Friday, 18 October 2019
Watch Video"So, this is a plan that is about fairness and compassion, it’s about safety, it’s about valuing every human life," said NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.

New York City lawmakers have voted decisively to shut down the notorious Rikers Island jail complex.

On Thursday, the city council approved a plan to close the...
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The city council approved a plan to close the eight jails on Rikers Island and build a system of smaller, borough-based jails instead.

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