Loudoun Board Finds Partisan Split on Police Reform

Loudoun supervisors were split along party lines on whether to support the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus’s priorities for anti-racist police reform and combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

When the General Assembly returns to Richmond for a special session Aug. 18, police reform is expected to be among the topics they will legislate. Following the most recent series of high-profile police killings of Black people—and months of protest—state legislators will have their first…

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