ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Protesters are calling for more family representation on a new state panel examining police shootings in Minnesota. Demonstrators disrupted the start of the group’s first public meeting Saturday. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington are leading the 16-member group. Protesters said the group was skewed toward lawmakers and law enforcement and needed representatives of families affected by police shootings. Ellison defended the group’s diversity.
Protesters calling for more family representation on panel examining police shootings
By Associated Press|2019-09-30T12:05:58-05:00August 19th, 2019|