Lawmakers in California are pushing a bill that would clarify when police officers are allowed to use deadly force. Assembly Bill 392, also known as the California Act to Save Lives, would require police to judge whether the use of force is authorized before shooting a person. If the use of force is not used in self-defense or to protect another individual, the officer could be prosecuted for the shooting,
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