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By Black Radio Network Staff

NEW YORK - Angered by what they consider overly punitive enforcement by police, Black and Brown New York City business leaders today demanded the practice end. Led by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams outside of New York Police headquarters, the minority businesses claimed they received exorbitant fines, required changes to a business's method of operations, including shorter hours, and even revocation of a business's liquor license. Adams said that "amid an economic recession, these penalties can be financially ruinous to these minority business owners, many of whom have been hit hardest by the ongoing Covid pandemic."

July 3, 2020


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