State officials are working to stem a rise in hate crimes in Minnesota. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says 127 bias-motivated crimes were reported in the state last year. That’s fewer than the 147 hate crimes reported in 2017, but it’s still more than the number of hate crimes reported in 2016. Minnesota Human Rights Commissioner Rebecca Lucero says her office has seen a significant increase in discrimination cases.
Hate Crimes Up in Minnesota
By Ashley Hanley|2019-08-07T05:22:28-05:00August 7th, 2019|