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The cities of New York, San Francisco and Oakland have passed local laws designed to address bias in automated decision-making (ADM/AI) tools. Alabama, Massachusetts, New York and Vermont have all recently passed legislation either requiring or attempting to establish oversight of the use of ADM/AI in state agencies to help ensure fairness, accountability, transparency and ethical use. A recent precedent-setting case in the EU found a municipality to have violated its citizen’s human rights for use of ADM/AI where the decision-making was opaque. Forms of ADM/AI are already deeply embedded in society and can be found in public agency settings from allocation of employment, housing and other benefits to criminal justice and policing.