Sen. John Braun talks to KGMI Radio Saturday Morning Live host Charlie Crabtree about a possible natural gas ban, police pursuit bills, a proposed property tax increase, the state operating budget, and more.
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VIDEO: Senate Republican Leader John Braun updates us on the progress of police pursuit reform
Sen. John Braun shares the status of the 2023 Legislative Session, including the progress on returning the police pursuit standard to “reasonable suspicion” instead of “probable cause.”
AUDIO: Republicans say police-pursuit bill narrowly passed by Senate is step in right direction, but doesn’t go far enough
Police would have more leeway to pursue suspects than they do now, but many restrictions on pursuits remain under a bill passed in the state Senate.
Tracy Ellis explains.
SRC On Air: Sen. John Braun on The Lars Larson Show
Senator John Braun talks to Lars Larson about how the possession of hard drugs would be a more serious crime under legislation approved in the state Senate and police-pursuit restrictions that are making our communities less safe.
VIDEO: Sen. Perry Dozier Legislative Update
Sen. Perry Dozier talks about the police-pursuit restrictions that have made our communities less safe, and the “learning loss” caused by classroom closures, which has harmed our K-12 students. He sponsored bills that would address both crises.
AUDIO: Police-pursuit bills favored by Democratic legislators still fail to respond to auto-theft epidemic
Republicans say police-pursuit bills favored by Democrats still fail to respond to the auto-theft epidemic in our state.
Tracy Ellis reports.
VIDEO: Sen. John Braun’s leadership update, day #23 of the 2023 legislative session
Senate Republican Leader John Braun updates us on the progress of the 2023 session. Unfortunately, the big highlight is the lack of progress in fixing the police pursuit bill.
AUDIO: Common sense, accountability needed to fix bad police pursuit law, says Braun
Common sense and accountability are needed to fix a bad police pursuit law according to the state Senate Republican Leader.
Tracy Ellis explains.