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ACLU Says Detroit Is Dumping Its Homeless

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Detroit police are reportedly taking homeless people off the streets - mostly from tourist areas - and leaving them outside the city limits. The American Civil Liberties Union recently filed a complaint with the Department of Justice. To learn more, guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with Quinn Klinefelter of W.D.E.T in Detroit.
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