Earlier this year, a bipartisan police reform bill was passed in Indiana, which showed that it’s possible to pass common-sense laws that hold law enforcement accountable while still recognizing and supporting their importance within our communities.
However, in Illinois a police reform bill, HB 3443 was passed that doesn’t have the same bipartisan support. As of July 1st, the state will start to see many of the measures go into effect despite the strong objections from police and citizens shown to the bill earlier this year.
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