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DC Proposal: Pay People Not to Commit Crime

Murder rates are again on the rise in many major U.S. cities after years of decline. In Washington, DC, the number of homicides even reached a seven year high last year.  Now DC lawmakers want to fund a program that calls for paying money to "at risk" young people not to commit crime. Erica Briscoe once lived a life of crime but now she's an aspiring fashion designer, learning to make clothes for young people.  She said the training program has given her a new...

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