Presence, tactics of federal agents in Portland, Oregon, prompt questions and criticism

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Published on 18 Jul 2020, 0:04
State and local leaders in Portland, Oregon, are calling for the departure of federal agents sent in response to protests. Their presence and tactics -- including deploying tear gas, driving unmarked vans and wearing military-style gear -- have raised questions about the role of the federal government to police cities. Amna Nawaz talks to Jonathan Levinson of Oregon Public Broadcasting.


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