Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz voiced frustration after a police reform bill failed to pass the state Legislature Saturday.
"I don't know how in this regard for me to stay kind of above that as a statesman in this other than finding myself as a really angry citizen," Walz said. "That is just irresponsible and malpractice of what should have happened here."
Walz said he'll own his share of the blame for why the bill wasn't passed, but he is still there to get the deal done while others have gone home.
The governor said that he felt that relationships were being repaired before the bill failed.
"I have to tell you I question how serious it was to reach some type of deal," Walz said.
Walz said he is worried that the public will be mad that the bill wasn't finished and urged his counterparts to "come back to this Capitol and we'll decide on this."