US opens probe of Phoenix police
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The DOJ is opening an investigation into the policing practices of the Phoenix Police Department and the city of Phoenix.
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DOJ Opens Probe Into Phoenix Police Similar to Those Underway in Louisville, Minneapolis
Covid vaccinations have more than doubled in Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama since July
US Justice Department announces probe into policing practices in Phoenix, Arizona
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