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Factbox: What changes are police, governments making in response to George Floyd protests?

Reuters Monday, 8 June 2020
Protests over the death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody have prompted government and police officials across the United States to enact or propose changes aimed at showing demonstrators that their concerns about police brutality and racism are being heard.
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