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California Mother Whose Son was Killed by Police Applauds Committee Approval of Bill to Open Police Records
Sacramento — Today, the Assembly Committee on Appropriations advanced legislation to open law enforcement misconduct and use of force records in California.
SACRAMENTO — Today, legislation to update California's lethal use-of-force law was removed from the Senate Appropriations Committee and referred to the Senate Rules Committee before heading to the Senate for a floor vote.
SACRAMENTO – Today, Senator Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys) unveiled amendments to bail reform legislation, Senate Bill 10, he introduced in 2016.
For years, a group of people incarcerated in a San Bernardino County jail were locked in their cells for as much as 23 hours a day. They were not permitted to participate in the jail’s job training, educational, drug rehabilitation, religious or community re-entry programs. Today, a settlement has
LOS ANGELES — Yea Ji Sea, 29, a Korean-American woman recently given an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army after four years of meritorious service, is in danger of being deported because the Trump administration has not acted upon her 2016 citizenship application. At a hearing in federal court
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