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Negotiations on Police Reform Reach a Crucial Stretch This Month

GOP negotiators on police reform say if there’s going to be a deal, it’ll happen this month.

Democrats and Republicans missed an informal deadline to reach an agreement by May 25, the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death, putting even more pressure on lawmakers to find a compromise before the end of June. But significant hurdles remain.

“I think it’s June or bust,” Sen. Tim Scott (S.C.), the lead Republican negotiator, told reporters just before Memorial Day. “I think we have three weeks in June to get this done.”

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