U.S. Senate, House steer toward first votes on competing police reform bills

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On Capitol Hill the house and the Senate have competing and competing police reform bills the bill and the Democrat controlled house would ban police from using show called the bill in the Republican controlled Senate is a little more nuanced according to lead author senator Tim Scott of South Carolina he says his bill encourages departments to change their rules or risk losing federal funds the house knows this and knows that you can't ban local use of chokeholds or state user chuckles except for to compel behavior by the federal grants that come into play and by removing those federal grants you actually position those departments took to to change their behavior changed our policy he was on ABC's this week the Senate bill is expected to come up for a vote this week as for the house bill president trump tweeted this last night the Democrat house wants to pass the bill this week that will destroy our

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