Minneapolis police reform movement fails on the ballot
Minneapolis voters on Tuesday rejected a ballot measure to overhaul the city's police department by replacing it with a new agency.
Why it matters: The result — in the city where George Floyd was murdered by a police officer a year and a half ago — is a significant blow to the police reform movement's momentum in Minneapolis and beyond.
State of play: Returns Tuesday night showed Question 2 failing by a double-digit margin, 56% to 43%
Details: The measure called for replacing MPD with a new Department of Public Safety that "employs...