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How leaders are thinking about police reform 4 years after George Floyd's murder

Posted on AllSides April 29th, 2024
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Tomorrow, Beacon Hill lawmakers on the Joint Committee on the Judiciary will take up the future of the Medical Civil Rights act. If approved, Massachusetts would become the second state nationally to mandate that law enforcement must call for emergency medical attention if someone appears to need or requests it during interactions with police. It's something that Selwyn Jones has advocated for. Four years after his nephew, George Floyd, was killed by Minneapolis police, Jones has been lobbying in the commonwealth and across the country for reform. We speak with...

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