Celia Meza, Anjanette Young, Jason Van Dyke discussed on It's Been a Minute

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72 hours of admission, organizers suggest downloading and using the health passed by clear APP to provide proof of vaccination masks are not required. Chicago Alderman yesterday approved. Celia Meza is the first Hispanic woman to lead the city's law department. Her confirmation was pushed off earlier this week. That's when some aldermen objected to the law department's handling of a lawsuit filed by Anjanette Young, whose home was wrongly rated 22 a half year sentence handed down yesterday to the Minneapolis police officer who murdered George Floyd came as welcome news to Marvin Hunter Hunter is great uncle of Laquan McDonald, who was shot 16 times and killed by Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke. Appendix seven year sentence is just a third of the sentence imposed yesterday on Officer Derek Chauvin. I think that this is significant because it sends a message to Chicago that that the country has taken another step towards justice. But other Chicagoans have a different take show you Betty, teaches at Northwestern University Law School, she says Chauvin's 22 a half year sentence came only after a global movement demanding accountability. Whether for today, it's going to be mostly cloudy, breezy McGee and more showers and thunderstorms and watch for an additional rain and expect flooding high standing water on streets and highways. We'll see a high of 80 degrees. I'm Marie Lane. This is WBZ news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Kauffman Foundation, working together.

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