Protests over police brutality and the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis are pushing ahead state and local legislation that has languished for years. There are 13 pieces of legislation in New York that the state Assembly’s Black and Latino caucus hopes to pass as soon as next week. During a rally in Syracuse Thursday, Syracuse-area Assemblywoman Pam Hunter said some of these proposed laws have been kicking around the Capitol for years, but the death of Floyd has brought them to the...
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