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Rep. Russell Holmes & Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz On Passage Of Long-Awaited Police Reform Bill And What Comes Next

By Greater Boston | Dec 02, 2020

The Massachusetts House and Senate both passed a long-awaited compromise bill on police reform Monday, following months of closed-door negotiations. Shortly after the Senate's approval, Jim Braude was joined by state Senator Sonia Chang-Díaz, who served on the police reform conference committee, and state Representative Russell Holmes, who has long pushed for many of the changes included in the bill.

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