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Jane Seymour Fonda Aug 26
The challenges and threats young African-American men and women face in this country are undeniable. If you’re in CA, ask your state reps to support , a bill that will help save lives 🙏🏾
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Brandon Patterson Aug 16
California state legislators just voted to debate a bill that would radically change the standard for police use of lethal force there, requiring officers to shoot only as a last resort. My story on here:
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Amnesty International Aug 13
We all have human rights when interacting w/ law enforcement: Right to life Right to security of the person Right to freedom from discrimination Right to equal protection of the law Tell your CA senator will help to better protect these rights!
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Shaun King Aug 15
Tomorrow is a crucial vote for in CA. is in a position to decide its fate. Please call his offices and politely ask he support the bill. 916-651-4025 (capitol office) 818-409-0400 (Glendale office) 909-599-7351 (San Dimas office)
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Ro Khanna Aug 15
Once again, a life was taken because police shot someone in the back as they ran away. This is why I am a strong supporter of . Lethal force should only be used as a last resort. We must demand justice for
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Hector Villagra Aug 16
This is a critical piece of legislation for police reform. We need to make sure it becomes law. If you live in California, call your state senator now and ask them to vote YES on :  📲1-855-622-9310
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Laurel Rosenhall Aug 29
Legislators shelve - the bill that would have made CA the first state to establish a tougher use-of-force standard for police. Statement just now from :
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Amnesty International Aug 13
U.S. police kill approximately 1,000 people every year. In California, in 2017 alone, police killed 172 people, this must stop! Take action to -
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Carl Takei Aug 31
Just days ago, the California Senate canceled the vote on , which would have raised the standard for police use of lethal force in California. The bill will be taken up again in January. But Marquez's death is a grim reminder that this delay will cost lives.
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Hector Villagra Aug 29
Make no mistake: the police lobby again has blocked necessary reform. We must take on the elected officials who refuse to do what is needed to protect us from police abuse.
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BlackLivesMatter Sac Aug 24
We stand in SOLIDARITY on the push for and because the fight for black LIBERATION is about the crucial question .
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Luis Aug 27
. please support if we had this policy years ago, deaths like Tyisha Millers could of been prevented!
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CA Immigrant Youth Aug 13
In solidarity with California youth fighting for justice amidst a violent police endemic.
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Kendrick Sampson Aug 20
Happy Belated Bday Y’lan! ALSO... now that I have y’alls attention, Actions: I want to make sure you are paying attention to these bills in California: Police use of force reform bill advanced to the Rules Committee after we thought it... cont. :
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Adrienna Wong Aug 23
. constituents & partners showed up in Ontario today to tell the Assemblymember why it’s important that he vote for & . We have a that police aren’t allowed to use unnecessary force against us and our family members!
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Liam Dillon Aug 30
ICYMI: Late last night, California lawmakers put on hold a bill that would have toughened standards for when police officers are allowed to kill civilians
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Sonja Trauss Aug 28
Do the opposite of this. Tell your CA legislator to vote YES on AB 931. changes the standard for use of force from “reasonable” to “necessary.”
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Burton Brink Aug 28
is dangerous legislation. Undermines peace officers responding to life-or-death situations. Click the link and tell your legislator to oppose this bill and keep our communities and...
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ColorOfChange.org Aug 10
should be alive today and celebrating his birthday with his family. May he rest in power. We demand that the pass so cops are no longer allowed to shoot first and ask questions later. CC: ,
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Daisy Vieyra Aug 30
Every year, bills are introduced in . Some get passed. Some get shelved. But behind the bills are deeper stories - stories of people impacted and sometimes killed because of unjust laws. would've helped make sure other families didn't feel this pain
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