Politics

Speaker David Ralston: Law Enforcement Won’t Be ‘Enemy No. One’

Georgia General Assembly House Speaker Rep. David Ralston says he would not allow law enforcement officers to become ''Enemy Number One'' in discussions about body cameras and other surveillance tools.
Georgia General Assembly House Speaker Rep. David Ralston says he would not allow law enforcement officers to become ''Enemy Number One'' in discussions about body cameras and other surveillance tools.
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Yesterday, Rep. David Ralston talked with Denis O’Hayer about upcoming transportation proposals facing the Georgia General Assembly. 

Ralston also defended law enforcement officers, stating that he would not allow them to become “Enemy Number One” in discussions about body cameras and other surveillance tools. 

The speaker shared his views on controversial bills on religion and the fight over which schools should receive state money.

Part 2 of Denis O'Hayer's Interview with House Speaker David Ralston

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