Marchers calling for the indictment of two Sacramento police officers in the shooting death of Stephon Clark make their way through downtown Sacramento on April 4. When California lawmakers return from their summer recess in August, they will consider bills to restrict when police use deadly force and open some law enforcement records.
Marchers calling for the indictment of two Sacramento police officers in the shooting death of Stephon Clark make their way through downtown Sacramento on April 4. When California lawmakers return from their summer recess in August, they will consider bills to restrict when police use deadly force and open some law enforcement records. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Marchers calling for the indictment of two Sacramento police officers in the shooting death of Stephon Clark make their way through downtown Sacramento on April 4. When California lawmakers return from their summer recess in August, they will consider bills to restrict when police use deadly force and open some law enforcement records. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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