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The Senate Judiciary Committee held its first hearing on police reform Tuesday, in light of the recent in-custody killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. It came after President Trump signed an executive order designed to incentivize police to update their training. Urban Game Changers political contributor Shirley Husar takes a look at the major takeaways from the hearing.

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African Americans with COVID-19 are dying at a higher rate than white people and others who have tested positive for the disease in Miami-Dade County — a key finding buried in the Florida health department’s daily reports on the coronavirus pandemic, but one that experts say should help drive the state’s response in minority communities.

In Miami-Dade, the county with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in Florida, African Americans who tested positive for the disease have died at a rate of 4.6 percent compared to a rate of 3.1 percent for white people and 1.7 percent for people whose race is classified as “other,” according to data provided in Friday’s health department report.

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