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Breonna's Law passed, banning "no-knock warrants" in Louisville

Breonna's Law passed, banning "no-knock warrants" in Louisville
A sign at BLM protest in Atlanta, demanding Justice for Breonna Taylor Credit: Oswalt

On Thursday, the Metro Council of Louisville, Kentucky has unanimously passed Breonna's Law, banning "no-knock" search warrants. The law is named after Louisville 26-year-old resident Breonna Taylor who was shot in her home by police officers on March 13. Officers will be required the also turn on body cameras before entering and searching an apartment.

District 1 Councilwoman Jessica Green told WHAS: "This is probably the proudest moment I have had as a member of this council. So, it's a good day to be a Louisvillain. The entire world is watching us."

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