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May 12, 2018

Gun Violence

Merit board’s Aaron Bailey decision sparks 3rd rally

The rally was personal for Stephen Carlsen, a dean with Christ Church Cathedral, located on Monument Circle. “The system is broken at every level around race,” Carlsen said. “It broken at …

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May 12, 2018

Gun Violence

Newest merit board member explains his vote in Bailey case

Despite being outvoted, the newest member of Indy’s Civilian Police Merit Board explained why he sided with the city’s top cop to fire two officers involved in a deadly shooting. …

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May 11, 2018

Healthcare

Here’s Who Paid Sick Leave in Dallas Would Help

This spring, as workers’ rights advocates began their push for mandatory paid sick leave for every worker employed in Dallas, one of the biggest questions that bubbled to the surface …

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May 11, 2018

Gun Violence

Aaron Bailey’s family: ‘Animals are treated better than black people.’

Jetra Daniels, of New Direction Church, reads a statement on behalf of Aaron Bailey’s family before the final day of Civilian Police Merit Board hearings. Watch here

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May 11, 2018

Gun Violence

Daughter of Aaron Bailey decries merit board decision

“We’re relieved with the resolution, we’re very thankful to the merit board for making a really tough, courageous decision based on the facts,” John Kautzman, an attorney for the officers, …

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May 11, 2018

Voting Rights/Demoracy

Local ministers join State House protest

That is the question that several Marblehead ministers answered with action when they joined an interfaith clergy coalition in support of the Essex County Community Organization’s Children’s March at the …

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