A busy day at the Capitol as Republicans pass voter restrictions and Evers calls for more police reform despite signing bills.
Evers says he’ll sign the bills, but he, legislative Democrats, and organizers say the state needs deeper reforms.
On the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, one lawmaker says moderate change is “not appropriate for this moment in history.”
Community leaders are encouraged by early actions and statements, but they want the president’s intentions to turn into real reforms.
The recommendations, which carry no legal weight, have an uncertain path to becoming law.
Police reform advocates cite ongoing frustrations, vow to “use this as a stepping stone” toward equality.
Justin Blake and Kenosha activist Tanya McLean on why they’re still hopeful for change, even after no charges were filed against the officer who shot Jacob Blake.