@nytimes
The New York Times
5 days ago
House Democrats on Thursday opened an investigation into the health effects of the use of tear gas by police. They are seeking to determine whether the federal government has done enough to ensure that the substance is safe to use on humans. https://t.co/ZvA6TF6Jmc
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@nytimes
The New York Times
5 days ago
At least 100 law enforcement agencies — many in large cities — used some form of tear gas against civilians protesting police brutality and racism last summer, according to an analysis by The New York Times. https://t.co/ex9MLF7Cbp
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@Whocaresanymo18
Who Reads
5 days ago
@nytimes They should also look up the effects of Arson
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@winning_ms
MsTeeWinning
5 days ago
@nytimes If they could open this up. Why can’t they also open panel to inquire info from the terror attacking on the Capitol….
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@scruffy65
Saskia Steinhorst
5 days ago
@nytimes Whether it's 'safe' ? "[tear gas] is a chemical weapon that stimulates the nerves of the lacrimal gland in the eye to produce tears. In addition, it can cause severe eye and respiratory pain, skin irritation, bleeding, and blindness." Take a wild guess. https://t.co/MR1U2ET6Gn
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@Flynah
Ian
5 days ago
@nytimes This looks like a still from Godzilla vs Kong but Godzilla hasn’t surfaced yet.
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@BrittleSemideus
Noturlilprincess
5 days ago
@nytimes Unfortunately.. in this country investigations mean nothing. We dont prosecute unless you are common folk.
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@HalforNY22
Hal Stewart for Congress
5 days ago
@nytimes Its fine... I was gassed in boot camp. The only side affect, I have been aging steadily every year since. Please stop wasting the people's time and money on nonsense.
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