Democrats are cueing-up their police reform measures for votes on the Minnesota House floor — but there are major differences with the Senate. Bills the Republican-controlled Senate are moving forward focus on police use-of-force, including banning chokeholds, and mandating that an officer intervene if another officer is using excessive force. House Democrats basically agree with those measures but have many more, including banning warrior-style training for officers — which Republicans in the Senate have refused to pass. House Democrats also want to change the arbitration process for fired officers who want their jobs back… and they want residency requirements for police officers in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. After the House and Senate pass their bills, they’ll try to hammer out a compromise before Friday, the day Senate Republicans say they’ll end the special session.