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State officials push for 'systems change' at Minneapolis Police Dept.

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It came as they announced the state Human Rights Department will look at Minneapolis police policies and procedures over the past 10 years to determine if police engaged in discriminatory practices. The city's chief acknowledged there is work to be done.

Minneapolis, St. Paul curfews expire; buses rolling today

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Signs of normalcy are slowly taking root as protests over George Floyd's death continue.
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