Louisville passes ‘Breonna’s Law;’ bans no-knock warrants

All 26 members of the Louisville Metro Council voted on Thursday to pass a ban on no-knock warrants, a measure known as “Breonna’s Law,” named after the former EMT who died in a police raid at her apartment.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer vowed to pass the ban as “soon as it hits my desk.”

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***UPDATE: Mayor Greg Fischer has signed Breonna Law into law. Louisville has now banned no-knock warrants.

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