It is true in these high-profile cases in Missouri and New York. It is true in Ohio, where John Crawford III, a black man, was shot by a police officer as he shopped in a local Walmart, carrying an air rifle he picked up from store shelves. It is also true in Maryland, where the U.S. Department of Justice is conducting a review of Baltimore police policies and procedures at the request of city leaders after allegations of brutality and misconduct were raised. With simultaneous crises in several states, it is reasonable for us to look to our commander in chief for guidance. But it is also necessary that we look to Congress to act in response to this national law enforcement crisis. The question we need to be asking is, what will House Speaker John Boehner do?