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The town of Clarksville, New York, cannot dismiss claims from individual members of Black Lives Matter that law enforcement subjected them to surveillance solely based on their race and political positions, but the organization itself lacks standing to sue, a federal judge ruled.

MANHATTAN — The town of Clarksville, New York, cannot dismiss claims from individual members of Black Lives Matter that law enforcement subjected them to surveillance solely based on their race and political positions, but the organization itself lacks standing to sue, a federal judge ruled.

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