New York lawmakers begin passing series of police reforms


New York state lawmakers got to work today start passing a package of bills change criminal justice rules and regulations around the state as well as some police protections transparency of disciplinary records for police officers with the clover repeal of fifty eight which by the way what fifty A. says is the records of police officers will no longer be exempt from disclosure so the records of police officers will be like every other public employees right they'll be like teachers they'll be like CSEA employees a DC thirty seven employees in New York City their records will be available and if people made complaints about them they will be in the record and they will be released ban chokeholds we were through with Eric garner governor Cuomo says he's behind these changes saw after protests over the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd whose last words were I can't breathe just like Eric garner on Staten Island in twenty

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