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Housing Investigation Exposes Harassment Of LA's Minorities

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The US Department of Justice has accused Los Angeles County officials of harassing and intimidating black and Latino residents in subsidized housing. Guest host Celeste Headlee learns more about the Justice Department's two year-long investigation, and its demand that local authorities pay more than $12 million in damages to affected residents.
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