The first sweeping police reforms proposed in Texas following Sandra Bland's 2015 death in a rural jail after a confrontational traffic stop would revamp racial profiling laws and officer training. But the "Sandra Bland Act" filed Thursday, March 2, 2017, faces a difficult road in the Republican-controlled Texas Legislature. One police association has already criticized the bill as misguided.
The first sweeping police reforms proposed in Texas following Sandra Bland's 2015 death in a rural jail after a confrontational traffic stop would revamp racial profiling laws and officer training. But the "Sandra Bland Act" filed Thursday, March 2, 2017, faces a difficult road in the Republican-controlled Texas Legislature. One police association has already criticized the bill as misguided. AP
The first sweeping police reforms proposed in Texas following Sandra Bland's 2015 death in a rural jail after a confrontational traffic stop would revamp racial profiling laws and officer training. But the "Sandra Bland Act" filed Thursday, March 2, 2017, faces a difficult road in the Republican-controlled Texas Legislature. One police association has already criticized the bill as misguided. AP

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