NYC to Curb Nuisance Law That Forced People Out of Homes

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The New York City Council is expected to pass sweeping changes today to a law that has allowed the police department to force people from their homes and businesses without warning over sometimes flimsy allegations, the New York Daily News reports. The council introduced the Nuisance Abatement Fairness Act in response to a Daily News and ProPublica report that the . . .

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