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    Led by Tanya Faison, Sacramento Black Lives Matter protesters say local police fatal shootings deserve scrutiny. Some 60 protesters gathered in front of police headquarters Saturday.

Led by Tanya Faison, Sacramento Black Lives Matter protesters say local police fatal shootings deserve scrutiny. Some 60 protesters gathered in front of police headquarters Saturday. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
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Sacramento City Council drops attempt to restrict residential picketing, bullhorn use

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