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Louisville to Pay Breonna Taylor’s Family $12 Million Settlement

Now Playing 9/15/2020 6:06PM      Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced Tuesday that the city will pay the estate of Breonna Taylor $12 million and install police reforms, as part of a legal settlement with her family. Taylor was killed by police during a raid on her apartment in March. Photo: Bryan Woolston/Reuters Up Next Editor Picks…

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Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced Tuesday that the city will pay the estate of Breonna Taylor $12 million and install police reforms, as part of a legal settlement with her family. Taylor was killed by police during a raid on her apartment in March. Photo: Bryan Woolston/Reuters

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