Late Last Night, MN Legislature Passes Police Accountability Package

State lawmakers passed a reform bill bringing changes to policing in Minnesota in the early hours of Tuesday morning as the latest legislative Special Session came to a close.

Lawmakers had been brought back to the Capitol by Gov. Tim Walz after the previous Special Session failed to result in agreement on policing and bonding.

This time, the Republican-led Senate and the DFL-led House were able to agree on a series of measures on police accountability, almost two months after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.


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