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One Year Later: How Policing Has Changed Since George Floyd's Death

More than a third of U.S. states enacted new restrictions on police power or oversight of law enforcement actions in the months after George Floyd’s death, but police reformers say the murder conviction may not do much to change law enforcement’s reluctance to call out its bad actors.

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One Year Later: How Policing Has Changed Since George Floyd's Death
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