No-Knock Warrants Amendment

Drawing on the stories of Breonna Taylor and Ayanna Stanley Jones, both of whom were killed in their households, Miranda argued that the amendment would save lives and called such warrants an “oppressive tactic.”

“This is one more step toward justice. And I know change is hard but we have this opportunity and the moment is now, right now, to prevent the murder of any more Black and Brown sons, daughters, nieces, nephews and partners,” she said during a floor speech. “I want you to take a moment to let that all sink in. All we need is the political will and the courage to make the right decision and be on the right side of justice today.”

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