Maryland’s Democrat-controlled General Assembly on April 10 voted to override Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of three major police reform measures, which included the repeal of the state’s police bill of rights.
Maryland was the first state in the nation to adopt the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights in 1974. Twenty states have followed suit, but Maryland is the first to revoke its measure. The bill of rights had set out a due process procedure for probing police misconduct. Read More at The Epoch Times.