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Congress Fighting over Qualified Immunity

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The sticking point over policing reform in Congress is qualified immunity, the court-invented doctrine that regularly lets cops off the hook when they violate Americans’ rights. Cato’s Clark Neily and Jay Schweikert discuss the negotiations.


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