Gov. Charlie Baker, R-Mass., sent a police reform bill back to the state Legislature saying he opposed a moratorium it would place on facial recognition technology, Reuters reports. The bill, which was approved by lawmakers last week, would also establish an independent commission to oversee certification and decertification of officers, misconduct investigations and training. Baker said he could not support certain provisions “because they introduce barriers to effective administration and the protection of public safety.”
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