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State lawmakers have put some details on the table, as they craft a law enforcement bill in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.  But does the proposal meet the needs of the moment? After opposition including a lawsuit involving the state of Connecticut, the Trump administration backs off a new rule that targeted international students.  And an announcement is expected in the coming weeks, as former Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd helps presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden find a vice presidential running mate.

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Paul Bass -- New Haven Independent Editor (@PaulJBass)

Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean -- Quinnipiac University Political Science Professor and Senior Director for Inclusive Excellence and author of Identity Politics in the United States (@KBDPHD)

Kevin Rennie -- Hartford Courant Columnist and former state lawmaker (@DailyRuctions)

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