Dem Rep. Cori Bush Praises St. Louis Defunding Police as They’re Named 7th Most Violent City in the World

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The city of St. Louis is moving toward axing nearly 100 police officer positions and cutting millions from the police department’s budget. The movement to defund the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department was lauded by Rep. Cori Bush (D‑Mo.), who called the decision “historic,” despite the city being one of the most violent per capita in the world. A proposal to eliminate 98 vacant officer positions and reallocate $4 million of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s $171 million budget passed a vote last week. The proposition was passed by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment by a 2–1 vote, with St. Louis Mayor …

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