UNDATED -- With another deadly police shooting in Minneapolis last week, police reform is again a top issue in the Twin Cities.

Blois Olson is a political analyst at Fluence Media.  He says police issues will be discussed Monday at the Minneapolis City Council meeting.

Police reform was already expected to be a big issue during the state legislative session as well.  Olson says some Senate Republicans are now on board with reevaluating no-knock warrants.

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The Minnesota State Legislature also wants to take on the issue of the more than 250,000 job vacancies in the state.  They could use some of the $7.7 billion surplus to try to address the problem.

Blois Olson is on the News @ Noon Show on WJON every Monday at 12:20 p.m. You can follow Olson on Twitter for more information.

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