The New York Times – New York City’s comptroller on Friday declined to approve a $6.4 million contract for body-worn cameras for police officers, creating a new obstacle to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s already ambitious plan to outfit every patrol officer with the devices by the end of 2019.
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