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Mayor: 'We'll Listen' To Anaheim Residents

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Two recent police-involved shootings in Anaheim, California have led to demonstrations against the city's police. Anaheim has a large minority population, and some people are raising questions about how the police deal with residents. Host Michel Martin talks with Anaheim's Mayor Tom Tait, who is calling for a federal investigation into the shootings.
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