Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich breaks down how police unions abuse collective bargaining to shield their members from accountability for the killings of unarmed Black people and other heinous misconduct.

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Before killing George Floyd, Derek Chauvin had at least 17 complaints lodged against him, and never faced any discipline beyond two letters of reprimand. Needless to say, other public sector employees are not afforded these extraordinary protections.

It’s past time to ensure police unions can no longer block accountability under the guise of collective bargaining.