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U.S. Democrats, black lawmakers ready response to George Floyd death

Reuters Sunday, 7 June 2020
Two weeks after George Floyd's death in police custody sparked nationwide protests, Democrats led by black members of the U.S. Congress are set to introduce legislation to combat police violence and racial injustice, including making it easier to sue officers who kill.
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