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'He didn't deserve to die over $20': George Floyd's brother

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George Floyd's brother tetifies in Congress- A brother of George Floyd took his grief to the U.S. capital on Wednesday with an impassioned plea to Congress not to let his brother die in vain, lamenting that he “didn’t deserve to die over $20.”

The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee held the first congressional hearing to examine issues underlying civil unrest - racial injustice and police brutality - that erupted following George Floyd’s May 25 death after a Minneapolis policeman knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. .

The Democratic-led House is moving forward with sweeping reform legislation while Senate Republicans craft a rival plan.


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