Weed And Seed Worked In Seattle; Frogtown Doubtful

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In St. Paul’s Frogtown and Seattle’s Central District, hookers and cocky young drug dealers worked street corners while wary neighbors kept their children inside, reports the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Graffiti sprouted on boarded-up houses, and empty lots grew weeds. Then, police, after years of failed crime-busting attempts, tried new techniques that drove dealers off
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