NY1 Online: Roundtable Reacts to Stop and Frisk Reforms
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Inside City Hall’s Errol Louis asked the reporters roundtable with Kate Taylor from The New York Times; Erik Engquist, the Assistant Managing Editor of Crain's New York Business; Tina Moore from the New York Daily News and Capital Bureau Chief of the New York Daily News, Ken Lovett, if the sharp criticism of Police Commissioner Ray Kelly will change after the new reforms to the controversial stop and frisk reforms.