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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) - On Monday the Ferguson committee shared what they called a snapshot of their 100 days in action. All of the information was summarized in an 18 page PowerPoint presentation. Commission members say the biggest issues uncovered after seeing more than 1,000 people at their public meetings is law enforcement engagement, court system problems and improving relations between young people and police.

After audience comments and electronic demographic poll attendees broke into smaller groups to discuss the next phase of the commission’s plan which is focused on racial and ethnic relations. Commission leaders also say they plan to meet with communities every week moving forward.

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