The nation isn't just mad over the death of George Floyd. The nation is made over many black lives who have been taken by the hands of cops. Another name you've been hearing is Breonna Taylor. She was an EMT in Louisville, Kentucky who was gunned down by cops in her own home. According to NBC, Police Lt. Ted Eidem said plainclothes officers had knocked on Breonna's door several times and announced they were police with a search warrant. Then they forced their way in and were met with gunfire. That gunfire came from Breonna's boyfriend, who thought there was a home invasion. Attorneys for Breonna's family said her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker called 911 and even grabbed his gun and fired. He does have a license to carry. But cops then fired back, blindly, hitting and killing Breonna. And what's crazy is that a police report on Breonna was basically blank. Breonna and her boyfriend had no criminal history or drug convictions, and no drugs were found in the apartment during the raid. So you know people are pissed. But from that, small steps are being taken because all 26 members of the Louisville Metro Council voted on Thursday to pass a ban on no-knock warrants, and it will be called "Breonna's Law." It still needs to be approved by the mayor but the law will ban any search warrant that doesn't require police to announce themselves. The police would have to knock and wait for a minimum of 15 seconds for a response. Now let's see what will happen to the cops who killed her.