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House Votes 107-51

Moments ago, the House voted to enact police reform and send it to the Governor for signature. We thank the 51 courageous individuals who stood with us. Like us, they too want reform but know this bill goes too far and puts officers and citizens in peril. We must continue to uphold our oath to …

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Senate Votes 31-9 to Pass Reform, House Finalizes on Tuesday After a long day of waiting, the Senate quickly voted down several amendments and passed what they called a compromise police teform package. Making minor concessions to assure the Governors signature, the Senate voted 31-9 and sent the bill to the House for action tomorrow. …

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SOS! We need your help!

After a weekend of productive dialogue,  and positive feedback on Monday, today the train went off the rails. We were informed this morning that some in the Governors office had convinced him to put politics before public safety and abandon many of our amendments. We had worked on board makeup and due process protections. Although …

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Police Reform Update

After reviewing the bill, we urge you to call your legislators and ask them to vote no. Although it calls for a study of qualified immunity in another section it states if decertified the officer would be subject to litigation. Due process is weak at best and the makeup of various committees and commission are overwhelmingly …

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