This is the trailer for the documentary "The Champions," which screened in Sacramento in support of a bill to change the definition of "vicious dogs." For California lawmakers and advocates alike, movies have become a popular way to generate public awareness, promote legislation and reach those under the dome who have a say on the issues they care about. Courtesy of Darcy Dennett
This is the trailer for the documentary "The Champions," which screened in Sacramento in support of a bill to change the definition of "vicious dogs." For California lawmakers and advocates alike, movies have become a popular way to generate public awareness, promote legislation and reach those under the dome who have a say on the issues they care about. Courtesy of Darcy Dennett
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March 31, 2016 3:22 PM

Documentaries like “Blackfish” influence California’s Capitol

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