Republicans and Democrats in Congress are still under active discussion of a proposal for reform at the federal level police and Sen. Tim Scott tells time remains hope lawmakers could promote legislation. Scott, a South Carolina Republican who led the efforts of the GOP, he says, to meet and speak with the Representative Karen Bass continued, the California Democrat who chairs the Congressional Black Caucus, as well as family members of police violence victims. “Our hope is natural that those who recognize in the Senate that would be until after the elections, in the hope that the bill they want, they want to delay that two-thirds of what you want, a great place to start,” said Scott in a talk time of 100 interview on Wednesday. “Do not deny the suffering of communities, the victory legislative agenda that gives them reason to be in the process, hopefully.” Scott comments might come as a surprise to outside observers, much of the reform of the federal police was adopted initially stalled after Senate Democrats are on the ground Scotts blocked account on June 24 they said that is not going far enough. House Democrats approved its own law on the overall police reform, on June 25, but the Senate did not take to complete. The efforts came in the wake of national protests racial justice. “One of the family members told me, ‘Never say that he is dead,’ ‘said Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. “Because his brothers died, but police reform can never be dead. It may be delayed, it can never be denied, though.” Capitol Hill is known for its inability to work on more than one Grand Tours question at a time, and when his crown response carefully, the window for action before the election rapidly disappears, Scott noted there are several areas of agreement between the parties for data collection, including the importance and the need for better national more state cameras and training de-escalation. Both rooms have of the police activists proposals defund calls unanswered. The crucial point, said Scott was the qualified immunity. After the US representative to death. John Lewis on Friday, Scott reflects civil rights icon, notes that when Scott was elected to Congress, Lewis one of the first legislature was to invite him to his office. On his way out Lewis noticed that Scott would be in a “unique position” because his identity as a black man and Republicans. “You seem to be an African-American, a Republican, and that will cause some confusion,” Scott recalls Lewis told him. “He said, ‘Please remember, life does not make you come out bitter.” He went on to appoint Lewis one of his heroes. As crown cases continue to grow in the United States, argued that America Scott more people were compared to tests of other countries that they say, because it has more cases than other parts of the world, echoing an argument that President Donald Trump did. Several analyzes and the data showed that the number of cases in the US and trials – in some states more dramatic than others – and it is not only widely used test that led to detect more cases Photo copyright.
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