(Portland, OR) -- Portland City Council is delaying their vote on a budget that includes sweeping cuts to the Portland Police Bureau amid calls for reform from protesters. Council members will vote on the budget next Wednesday after failing to pass it last night. Commissioner Chloe Eudaly voted against the proposed budget, as did Mayor Ted Wheeler for procedural reasons. The budget proposal includes a 15-million-dollar cut to the PPB. Protesters have been calling on the city to redirect funding from police to community organizations following the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis.