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New York Moves Closer to Releasing NYPD Disciplinary Records

HeadlineFeb 19, 2021

A federal appeals court has rejected a bid from New York police unions to keep disciplinary records from the public, after lawmakers last summer repealed the controversial “50-a” law amid the historic Black Lives Matter uprising. Advocates are calling on Mayor Bill de Blasio to release the records without delay. De Blasio said they could be released as early as next week.

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