Three years ago, George Floyd was murdered by police officer Derek Chauvin, setting off a wave of international protests demanding police reform. For a brief period of time, it seemed as though there might be bipartisan legislation to overhaul police practices and increase accountability. That moment came and went.

Despite pledges by President Joe Biden to push the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act into law, the legislation stalled in Congress.

Here’s how we got to this impasse and what could be done to move things forward: