Ferguson's Proposed Changes To Federal Consent Decree Prompt Backlash
The Ferguson City Council made a provocative decision Tuesday night to attached conditions on a consent decree with the federal government. The decree was aimed at moving the city forward after Michael Brown's shooting death, but city officials contended that the agreement could lead to financial ruin. Needless to say, the council's choice wasn't well received by the Department of Justice or residents.
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