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Senate Democrats Block G.O.P. Police Bill, Calling It ‘Inadequate’

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 24 June 2020 ()
The vote reflected the waning likelihood that Congress would be able to reach an election-year compromise on legislation to address racial bias in policing.
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Congress is currently in a standoff over police reform. Senate democrats are expected to vote against a republican proposal, saying it isn't enough.

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