Democrats' Proposal To Reform Policing : Politics Podcast : The NPR Politics Podcast Congressional Democrats on Monday unveiled the Justice in Policing Act of 2020, which aims to install wide-ranging reforms for police departments across the country. It faces Republican opposition. Responding to a mantra of nationwide anti-racism protests, Joe Biden's campaign announced he doesn't support defunding police departments. Reform activists say their ask is more nuanced than that.

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Democrats Have A Plan To Reform Police Departments—Not Defund Them

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Democrats Have A Plan To Reform Police Departments—Not Defund Them

Democrats Have A Plan To Reform Police Departments—Not Defund Them

Democrats Have A Plan To Reform Police Departments—Not Defund Them

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Congressional Democrats on Monday unveiled the Justice in Policing Act of 2020, which aims to install wide-ranging reforms for police departments across the country. It faces Republican opposition. Responding to a mantra of nationwide anti-racism protests, Joe Biden's campaign announced he doesn't support defunding police departments. Reform activists say their ask is more nuanced than that.

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