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Minneapolis Prosecutor Calls for Prohibiting Police Traffic Stops for ‘Non-Safety-Related Infractions’

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The Epoch Times

Minneapolis prosecutor and Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman has urged state lawmakers to adopt eight major changes to policing in Minnesota, including limiting the use of no-knock warrants and prohibiting traffic stops for non-safety-related infractions.

Freeman outlined the proposed policing reforms in a Friday letter as the Minnesota Legislature moved into the final three weeks of its session and lawmakers put the final touches on legislation that is poised to have a big impact on law enforcement in the state.

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