How much is that public record worth to you?

A new Pennsylvania bill would make body camera video a tool for prosecutors — not the public. Photo via Flickr user North Charleston.

PLUG

  • ACLU-PA: “District Attorney Candidate Forum — Philly DA for the People”

EXCERPTS

  • The Inquirer: Has a bold reform plan helped to shrink Philly’s prison population?
  • Daily News: “Locked up for being poor: Can next Philly DA fix the bail mess?”
  • New York Times: “‘It Did Not Stick’: The First Federal Effort to Curb Police Abuse”

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