Steil says most police reform measures in competing Senate, House bills ‘broadly supported’


U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil says at least 85 percent of the police reform measures in competing Senate and House bills are "broadly supported" by lawmakers from both parties.
"I'm optimistic that we're going to be able to set partisanship aside and be able to actually move forward in support of improving law enforcement," the Janesville Republican said Monday during a virtual luncheon.
But Steil said he opposed full elimination of no-knock warrants, a measure included in the Dem House bill but not in the GOP-authored legislation the Senate is set to consider this week. He called an o...

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