What could Congress actually accomplish on police reform?

WHAT MATTERS: Police are governed at the local level, but the killing of Black Americans by police officers is a national crisis.
That bill bans chokeholds and no-knock warrants and eliminates qualified immunity.
It would also set up a national registry of police misconduct to stop officers from moving from place to place.
But in order to pass in the Senate, there will have to be changes made to this bill.
Which gets us to our next question ...Why is there hope police reform could pass when so many other bills are blocked?
Is there any indication 10 Republican senators could support a police reform bill?
South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, the lead Senate Republican taking part in these talks, has the backing of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
What is "qualified immunity" and why is it the main sticking point?
WHAT MATTERS: A key issue dividing lawmakers is "qualified immunity."
WHAT MATTERS: Floyd was suffocated to death.
WHAT MATTERS: Republicans signed on to sentencing reform under pressure from former President Donald Trump.
DEAN: A number of Senate Republicans have said they're open to supporting legislation overhauling policing.
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