Court rules that Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey failed to hire more police officers

The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey hasn't met a legal duty to hire at least 731 police officers, a number mandated by the population of the city. Prosecutors say Minneapolis has about 300 fewer officers than it did before the death of George Floyd there in May 2020.

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