General Assembly sends sweeping police reform legislation to Hogan

Maryland’s Democratic-led General Assembly on Wednesday gave final approval to a raft of police reform proposals to curtail deadly and excessive force, limit no-knock warrants and make the police disciplinary process uniform across the state and with greater civilian oversight. The Senate passed the measure on a primarily party line vote of 31-16; the House of ...

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