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Clark County Sheriff Horch: Police pursuit bill ‘a large step in the right direction’

Reform measure does too little, says Republican Senate Leader Sen. John Braun

By , Columbian staff writer
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When Senate Bill 5352 was passed by the state House of Representatives last week, Republican lawmakers were quick to criticize the bill for not going far enough to restore law enforcement’s ability to capture suspected criminals and to correct the mistakes of police reform bills passed in 2021.

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