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News talk eight three WCCO this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news seventy four degrees mostly cloudy skies at eight OO three M. Sloan Martin who's talking three young WCCO is our stop story it remains to be seen if the Minnesota Senate ends it's part of the special session tonight as promised by Republican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka this is governor walls and Democrats want to keep the session going for at least a few more days to tackle policing criminal justice reform house speaker Melissa Hortman says it's too easy to walk away Republicans really want to do something on police reform accountability Democrats really want to do something on police reform accountability we have to go to a table and we have to negotiate and negotiate shins Intel give and take the Senate has returned from recess in the last hour governor will speaking briefly with reporters this evening sounding upbeat about getting a good chunk of things done tonight he says the sticking point remains police accountability policy but discussions have been going on all day in good faith he says it's likely to be a long night ahead of right now although a small group of protesters calling for dramatic change in public safety policy of gathered at the capitol at one point blocking the Green Line tracks along university a call for reparations for the descendants of enslaved people added Juneteenth rally at the capitol today Tonya Weber and told the crowd she's running for Minnesota's fifth congressional district that it's important to get behind the movement and.

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