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WASHINGTON, D.C. — House Democrats are in Washington Thursday readying a vote on what they describe as “sweeping” policing reform legislation. But this comes after the Senate Republicans failed to pass a bill of their own, throwing a wrench into congressional policing negotiations. Yet both parties have the same goal: to pass one of the most ambitious policing overhauls in decades.

On the House side, Ontario Democratic Rep. Norma Torres submitted a list for stronger provisions for the Justice and Policing Act of 2020. She pulled from her 17.5-year experience as a 911 dispatcher, where she connected people-in-need with law enforcement every day…

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