The NY state legislature has passed a series of police reform measures

06.10.20 | Bob Price

The state Senate and Assembly approved a bill that requires state troopers wear body cams and makes police disciplinary records public, among other measures.

Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins says police will now have rules from government.

Meanwhile, some officers are upset at what they perceive as character attacks on "the badge."

Governor Cuomo says the Empire State will have the "most aggressive reforms" following the death of George Floyd, who lost his life while in the custody of cops.