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House, Senate try and iron out differences in police reform debate

House, Senate try and iron out differences in police reform debate

Democratic lawmakers in the House and Republican lawmakers in the Senate are currently jockeying for leverage on police reform legislation, as they rush to act in the wake of massive protests following the death of George Floyd. As substantial divisions have arisen between the two parties over the legislation, any deal between them will require compromise and will not be easy.

Sandra
Sandra
Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 2 months

The FBI needs reform more than ANY local police department. Case in point. Las Vegas FBI want to spy on a suspect without a warrant, they ask the Comsast man to give them his uniform so they could impersonate a cable guy. The comcast guy said he would have to call his boss. the FBI arrested him and took his uniform and ID striped him to his underwear and made him sit in confinement for 24 hours with only water. Wearing the comcast uniform the FBI entered the suspects house and planted a bug with NO warrant. The case was thrown out of court and the FBI had to take a sensitivity class.

Fin
Fin 2 months

Hammer this out.... Help Sen Scott use power he has in this moment to drag his peers forward n make the laws that firmly hold police accountable and extinguish choke holds as a practice standard.....get rid of the bs doctrines that put police above the law with their game of qualified immunity.... Omg if they are acting in good faith under a reasonable standard then they have good faith in return... Cut the bs warrior crap out... U wanna be a warrior go join the military police

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