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A proposed spin-off series, in order to focus on the political-themed aspects of the series and the Tommy Carcetti storyline, but the low ratings resulted in the spin-off not being greenlighted and the plotlines absorbed into the main series.Season three adds City Hall to the mix, looking in particular at the up-and-coming mayoral hopeful Tommy Carcetti as he plays all sides to get into a position of power.Thus, the season is able to show how street-level policing is dependent on the whims of those higher up the food chain and examine the issue of reform.In addition, there is the more nihilistic notion that the institutions that make up the American way of life are irreversibly corrupt, and that it is impossible to reform them.To try to reform them is to be crushed by the system.With the rotating focus every season, the show is anchored by the police officer characters and the often ignored power struggles that go on within major city police departments.The rank and file detectives and patrol officers are often portrayed as helpless pawns of their superiors, who are more concerned with their own petty vendettas and personal ambitions than the city and its citizens.He just decided, voluntarily, to write a letter to the victim's family. You have stories to tell, and passions to share, and things to talk about that are more interesting than the weather. If I have been granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), am I eligible for federal student aid?What if I have documentation that isn’t listed above? You hold a T nonimmigrant status ("T-visa") (for victims of human trafficking) or your parent holds a T-1 nonimmigrant status. You are a “battered immigrant-qualified alien” who is a victim of abuse by your citizen or permanent resident spouse, or you are the child of a person designated as such under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).* 5.