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Minneapolis City Councilmember Calls For Solutions To Northside Violence

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - A call to action is being made by a Minneapolis City Council person to stop the surge in gun violence impacting the entire city.
Phillipe Cunningham says the running gun battle in the streets of North Minneapolis is impacting the life of his constituents in Ward 4 as well as others across the city, and he wants all hands on deck to address the violence.
“Enough is enough. The violence in our city is absolutely unacceptable and and intolerable,” he said, echoing the sentiments of many who live in the section of North Minneapolis he represents.
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