U.S. Senate republicans ready police reform bill to rival democrats
By David Morgan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Police reforms will take center stage in Congress on Wednesday as Senate Republicans unveil their effort to address racial disparities in law enforcement and Democrats in the House of Representatives advance their own, more sweeping proposal.
More than three weeks after George Floyd's killing in police custody spurred protests nationwide, Senator Tim Scott, the chamber's lone black Republican, is expected to propose legislation that would discourage the use of chokeholds, require police departments to release more information on use of force and no-knock warrants, and encourage body cameras and better training.……
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