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Community Oversight of Police

This bill could've given communities the power to oversee the police departments in their cities across the whole state, but it was given zero legislative action (a reading, a hearing, or a vote).
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House Timeline (50 votes needed)

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Floor Vote

Passed!

  • Bill filed
  • Passed Public Safety Committee last session
  • Passed financial ("Appropriations") Committee last session
  • Could be fact-checked by "Rules" again
  • All the House could vote on the bill

Senate Timeline (25 votes needed)

Filed

Policy Committee

Ways & Means

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Floor Vote

Passed!

  • Bill could go to Law & Justice Committee
  • Bill could go to Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation Committee
  • Bill could go to finance ("Ways & Means") Committee
  • All the Senate could vote on the bill
  • All of both Chambers could vote on the bill

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