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nnat team member Bergesen commission on Monday unveiling what it hopes will be a clearer path forward for Ferguson Missouri and pity that erupted in violence after the death of unarmed black teenager Michael brown by a white police officer last year , the commission appointed by Missouri governor Jay Nixon suggesting policy reforms to the state itself does not have a proud history on the issue of race , among its recommendations creating a public database to keep track of police involved killings , banning police officer training especially for those interacting with minority communities , treating nonviolent offenses as possible violations , I think congestion include an expansion to Medicaid eligibility increasing the minimum wage and providing better mental and reproductive health services in schools , they nearly two hundred page report coming after nine months of hearings by the commission which did not have the power to enforce its recommendations , that's in the hands of the Republican controlled military General Assembly leaving skeptics to wonder what if anything will change in Missouri the report itself acknowledging it does not provide the whole answer but merely quote the best starting point