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Assembly bill would limit police use of deadly force

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Posted: Friday, April 13, 2018 9:00 am

After an unarmed Stephon Clark, 22, was fatally shot by Sacramento Police in March, two California legislators began working on a way to change the state’s use-of-force policy.

While searching for someone suspected of breaking windows, officers chased Clark into the yard of his grandmother’s house, where he was fatally shot by officers, who believed that the cellphone Clark was holding was a firearm. The shooting sparked weeks of protests and a national conversation about the use of deadly force by law enforcement agencies.

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