Panel Outlines Reforms To Remedy Ferguson’s Chronic Racial Inequality 

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Commissioners appointed by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon have pulled together 189 proposed strategies to combat the racial oppression that plagues the Ferguson and St. Louis areas. The proposal, entitled ‘Forward Through Ferguson: A Path Toward Racial Equity,’ tackles issues like healthcare, income and violence by offering solutions to widen Medicaid coverage, raising the minimum wage and of course, cracking down on police brutality. Gov. Nixon has praised the commissioners for their report but local activists and lawmakers question the feasibility of enforcing the reforms that have been put forward. Read more at the Huffington Post.

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