De Blasio say he’ll sign City Council’s sweeping police reform legislation next week

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Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that he’ll sign sweeping City Council police reform legislation next week.

“We’re going to be doing a signing ceremony next week,” the mayor said at his daily briefing when asked why he had held off on signing the bills.The Council passed a number of police reform bills last month amid protests over racism and police misconduct.

Asked if City Hall was trying to make changes to the Council’s chokehold bill, de Blasio said, “No.”

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