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Policing in America: Calls for Police Reform Back on the Rise

Maryland is now the first state to repeal the so-called police bill of rights. Could it become a model for the rest of the nation?

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This week, protesters clashed with police over the death of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, just outside of Minneapolis. Police shot and killed Wright just ten miles from where former officer Derek Chauvin is on trial for the death of George Floyd. Meanwhile, Maryland is now the first state to repeal the so-called police bill of rights. Could it become a model for the rest of the nation? Soledad O’Brien talks with Dr. Rashawn Ray, who is a sociologist and a Brookings Institute David Rubenstein fellow. We first spoke with him right after the death of George Floyd.