The Baltimore County Council is poised to vote on legislation next week that would reform the county police department.
It was nearly two months ago that the council shelved police reform legislation.
Tuesday night, the council held a hearing on a reworked proposal that in its current form has the support of a majority of council members. But possible last minute changes to the bill could make the final vote uncertain.
WYPR’s John Lee listened in on the hearing and joined Morning Edition host Nathan Sterner to talk about it.