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Ferguson's New Plan: Police Cameras

(NEWSER) – Ahead of a visit from Attorney General Eric Holder today, officials in Ferguson, Missouri, say they want to make big changes to law enforcement and end the "discord and heartbreak" that has followed the police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.

A statement released by city leaders says it is looking at changes including requiring all police to wear cameras, hiring more African-American officers, and requiring police to live in the city, reports NBC, which notes that a petition seeking a "Mike Brown Law" to require state, county, and local police to wear cameras has now received more than 127,000 signatures.

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