Clinton, Trump Clash on Stop-and-Frisk, Agree On Gun Issue

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Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashed again on criminal justice issues in last night's first presidential debate, with Trump touting police stop-and-frisk tactics as part of his "law and order" campaign and Clinton favoring a broader approach to criminal justice reform. Trump asserted that stop and frisk helped bring the New York City annual murder total down from 2,200 to 500. "It had a very big impact," he said. Studies by scholars at Columbia . . .

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