Protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd continue across the country, leading some politicians to call for changes to policing.
At the state level, Gov. Mike DeWine has talked about reforming recruitment and said that it needs to be easier to fire bad cops.
In Columbus, Mayor Andrew Ginther announced police reforms that include new rules for the use of tear gas and pepper spray, and a 14-member advisory committee to give community members a voice in policing strategies.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the push for police reform in Ohio.
- Bethany Brunner, reporter, Columbus Dispatch
- Jay McDonald, immediate past president, Ohio FOP, and, major, Marion Police Force
- Elizabeth Bonham, staff attorney, ACLU Ohio
- Rev. Dr. Jack Sullivan, Jr., executive director, Ohio Council of Churches
- Louis Cappelli, Jr., freeholder director, Camden County, NJ
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