"Any city that has those conditions could benefit and certainly it could be a legislative wake-up call to not only identify these areas but (to signal that) you have to make these investments to make the cities safer," Friedman said.
"I think that we need a better policy about what we will and won't tolerate as a Legislature," she said. "There are things that are legal that are not ethical given our positions."
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