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Biden marks anniversary of George Floyd murder with call for police reform legislation

  • President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass police reform legislation on the third anniversary of George Floyd's murder, urging an end to chokeholds and no-knock warrants, and a ban on racial profiling in law enforcement.
  • The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, which would implement these reforms, passed the House in 2021 but failed to pass the Senate.
  • Biden signed an executive order last year that banned chokeholds, restricted no-knock warrants, and created a database for police misconduct at the federal level, but he reiterated that real change requires congressional action.
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