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Members of the state House and Senate Democratic Policy committees are holding a public hearing on police-community relations in the wake of Antwon Rose II's death. Witnesses scheduled to speak include Allegheny County Police Superintendent Coleman J. McDonough, American Civil Liberty Union Legislative Director Elizabeth Randol, and activist Leon Ford. The public may be given an opportunity to ask questions if time allows.
Where: Hosanna House at Wallace Event Center at 807 Wallace Ave. (Wilkinsburg)
When: July 17, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.