The Democrat-controlled Minnesota House last night (Wed) passed a public safety budget bill with a number of police reform measures that have little chance in the Republican-led Senate. Majority Leader Paul Gazelka says last July the legislature passed “the most comprehensive police accountability bill” he can remember, and in Derek Chauvin trial…

“As we watched the verdict, I don’t think anybody can say that justice wasn’t served.”

Democratic Representative Cedrick Frazier from New Hope responds the community sees the Chauvin verdict as rarely-found accountability, but not lasting justice — and anyone who says that’s not the case…

“That is someone who is not from the community. That is someone who does not have proximity to these issues and that is someone that is truly telling you and saying that, I don’t really get it and I don’t really care to get it.”