Police Reform Unlikely To Pass Congress : Politics Podcast : The NPR Politics Podcast A day after Democrats blocked a Republican proposal in the Senate, they are set to pass a reform plan of their own in the House. Lawmakers appear pessimistic about the chances of compromise legislation.

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Congress Probably Won't Agree On Police Reform

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Congress Probably Won't Agree On Police Reform

Congress Probably Won't Agree On Police Reform

Congress Probably Won't Agree On Police Reform

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A day after Democrats blocked a Republican proposal in the Senate, they are set to pass a reform plan of their own in the House. Lawmakers appear pessimistic about the chances of compromise legislation.

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