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Why Hasn't Congress Passed George Floyd Policing Act?

Congress has missed President Biden's May 25 deadline for passing federal police reform legislation. The White House had hoped to have a bill to sign by the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's death. See what's being considered and what's holding up the process.

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Why Hasn't Congress Passed George Floyd Policing Act?

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    Congress is set to miss Biden's deadline to pass police reform bill as talks move forward

    Congress is set to miss Biden's deadline to pass police reform bill as talks move forward

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    CNBC - Jacob Pramuk

    Congress is set to miss President Joe Biden's Tuesday deadline to pass a police reform bill as negotiators decide how far the federal government …

    Floyd family expresses hope for tough police reform after meetings with Biden and lawmakers

    Floyd family expresses hope for tough police reform after meetings with Biden and lawmakers

    The president said he’s “hopeful that sometime after Memorial Day we’ll have an agreement on the George Floyd legislation.” Members of George Floyd’s family pressed President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for meaningful police reform legislation in what they described as a “productive …

    Qualified immunity is a sticking point in negotiations

    Qualified immunity is a sticking point in negotiations

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    Fox News - Tyler Olson

    Sen. Tim Scott told reporters Monday night that bipartisan negotiators see "light at the end of the tunnel" on police reform on the eve of the anniversary of George Floyd's death Tuesday. "We continue to work on the process, and I think we have good, good progress over the weekend I thought, and I …

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