Policing and crime become flashpoints in Minneapolis mayor race


More than a dozen people are vying to become Minneapolis mayor. With crime on the rise in the city, police reform has taken center stage in the election — and voters will decide if the police force should be replaced with a public safety agency. CBSN Minnesota political reporter Caroline Cummings joined Vladimir Duthiers and Anne-Marie Greene to discuss the candidates and the questions on the ballot.

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