California State Assembly passes bill to reduce confrontations between students, police
- AB1955, a bill approved by the California State Assembly Wednesday on a 76-2 vote and pending the governor's approval, would require California State University campuses to designate liaisons between students and police.
- The bill is a reaction to recent confrontations like last November's pepper-spraying incident at UC-Davis.
- Since the Legislature does not have oversight authority of the University of California system, they can only urge the system's board of regents to adopt the policy, as well.
From the article:
California State University campuses would be required to designate liaisons between student protesters and campus law enforcement under a bill approved by the Assembly. ...
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