The Hill

The Hill 13 Feb 2020

Panel: Will stop and frisk hurt Bloomberg?


Team Rising gives their take on Michael Bloomberg's stop and frisk comments and the response.

Democratic presidential candidate and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg campaigned in Nashville on Wednesday and said he apologizes for 'stop-and-frisk,' the policing tactic that has been found to disproportionately affect minorities. (Feb. 13)
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg responded to questions about controversial remarks he made in 2015 about stop and frisk are not indicative of the way he thinks or the way he led New York City during his tenure as mayor.
Facing criticism for the use of stop-and-frisk during his time as mayor of New York, Mike Bloomberg apologies during an event with African-American voters in Houston. Aired on 02/13/20.
Mike Bloomberg is facing backlash over his previous support for stop-and-frisk, a policy that targeted young black and Latino men in New York City.

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