Newsom signs landmark police use of force bill, and a study suggests 2014 law averted mass shootings
Good morning, California.
“The bill is watered down, everybody knows that. But at least we are getting something done. At least we are having the conversation now.”—Stevante Clark, to the L.A. Times’ Anita Chabria.
- Clark is the brother of Stephon Clark, who was shot by Sacramento police in March 2018. That death helped fuel Assembly Bill 392, which was signed into law Monday and is intended to curb police shootings.