MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Republican-controlled Minnesota Senate has been debating police accountability measures drawn up following the death of George Floyd. But with a more extensive slate advancing in the Democrat-dominated House, critics warned the Senate proposals don’t go far enough. An early vote Tuesday on a series of Democratic amendments split along party lines and set the stage for the rest of the debate. The full House is expected to vote this week on a package from the People of Color and Indigenous Caucus. It remains to be seen whether the chambers can agree on any changes during the special session.
Minnesota Senate debates GOP police accountability proposals
By Associated Press|2020-06-17T05:40:57-05:00June 17th, 2020|