Police Repression and Police Reform

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After a year of high-profile killings, the time is ripe for police reform, and departments around the country are in search of a model. We hear about racial profiling, "broken windows" and "community policing." 

Also, a Kentucky clerk defies a judge's order and turns away a gay couple seeking a marriage license. On today's Talking Point, Democrats call Donald Trump versus Megyn Kelly another battle in the Republican War against Women. Is Carly Fiorina the one who could turn it around? 

Photo: LAPD Chief William Bratton confers with John Mack, president of the Los Angeles Urban League, at a community meeting. (Eric Richardson)