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Breonna Taylor's mother says her fight for justice is not over after the city of Louisville agreed to settle the family's wrongful death lawsuit for $12 million — the biggest settlement the city has ever paid in a police misconduct case. CBS News correspondent Jericka Duncan, who sat down with Taylor's mother Tamika Palmer, joins CBSN to discuss the interview and what the family plans to do next.
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