California State Senate Passes Bill that Ends Mandatory Reporting of Threats Made by Students

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The California State Senate on Thursday passed a bill that ends mandatory reporting on students who threaten violence against the school to law enforcement. According to the language of the bill endorsed by the ACLU, “once students make contact with law enforcement, they are less likely to graduate high school and more likely to wind up in jail or prison.”

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The law was authored by Senator Steve Bradford and was endorsed by ACLU California Action calling it a win for racial equality.

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