Wednesday, October 10, 2012


A plainclothes officer called a Harlem teen a "f------- mutt" during a stop-and-frisk last year in an audio recording released the day before a New York City Council hearing on the policy, The Nation reports:
Council Speaker Christine Quinn introduced a package of proposals to increase the penalties on public lewdness and force some sex offenders to get photographed by law enforcement once a year, the News reports:
The News is not impressed by a new test for primary school students to qualify for gifted and talented programs in New York City, saying testing 4-year-olds is "arbitrary and borderline absurd":

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