TDR Live: George Floyd One Year On

The Damage Report guest host Francesca Fiorentini is joined by Indisputable host Dr. Rashad Richey to go through Tuesday’s top stories. 

George Floyd’s family commemorates the anniversary of his death. Congress fails to meet Biden’s deadline for police reform. The Supreme Court declines to hear a qualified immunity case. Former Biden campaign staffers call on the President to protect Palestinians. Sec. of State Antony Blinken travels to Jerusalem. Texas Lawmakers pass legislation making it even easier for residents to acquire guns.

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Read more here: https://apnews.com/article/texas-gun-politics-shootings-government-and-politics-28ef6e5ea8dd48a57114b67e5a885fad

"Texas is poised to remove one of its last major gun restrictions after lawmakers approved allowing people to carry handguns without a license, and the background check and training that go with it.

The Republican-dominated Legislature approved the measure Monday, sending it to Gov. Greg Abbott, who has said he will sign it despite the objections of law enforcement groups who say it would endanger the public and police.

Gun control groups also oppose the measure, noting the state’s recent history of mass shootings, including those at an El Paso Walmart, a church in Sutherland Springs, and a high school outside Houston.

Texas already has some of the loosest gun laws in the country and has more than 1.6 million handgun license holders."

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