City Council Approves Elected Board to Oversee Police
Clip: 07/21/2021 | 5m 51s
After a contentious debate of nearly two hours, the City Council voted 36-13 to create an elected board of Chicago residents to oversee the Chicago Police Department, enacting the most far-reaching police reform ordinance in the country. WTTW News reporter Heather Cherone has details.
Aired: 07/21/21 |
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