Every Minneapolis resident wants and deserves to feel safe. But our current policing system fails to ensure safety for all. While many residents (especially Black, Indigenous, and people of color) are overpoliced, everyone is under-protected from crime and violence. We need a public safety system that works for all of us — and we have the opportunity to make that possible with the Yes 4 Minneapolis charter amendment.
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