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Justice Dept. Wants to Pause Reform Agreement With Baltimore Police

01:35

Following the community outrage over the death of Freddie Gray, the Justice Department and the city of Baltimore reached an agreement on reforms to policing. However, the department is now asking for a 60-day pause before making a final decision.