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California Law Limiting Police Officers' Use Of Deadly Force Takes Effect Jan. 106:30
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The 2018 shooting of an unarmed 22-year-old named Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, prompted lawmakers to pass a measure, one of the country's strictest, that will limit when police officers can use deadly force.

CalMatters reporter Laurel Rosenhall (@LaurelRosenhall) has the story.

This story comes to Here & Now from Force of Law, a podcast from CalMatters and Studio To Be.

This segment aired on December 26, 2019.

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