Kansas lawmakers have forged a compromise to allow more access to video from police body cameras and vehicles.
Legislation debated in the Kansas House Wednesday followed recent shootings by police in the state.
The bill says people in the videos or their families must be given access to the recordings within 20 days.
In the past, it could take months for families to see a video and find out what happened in a fatal police shooting.
Republican Rep. Blaine Finch said this plan would give families a definite timeline.