[Ed. – Land of fruits and nuts strikes again.]
A poll conducted by Tulchin Research found that “69 percent” of California voters support passing a law that would require police to report each time they pull over a motorist who is black.
The same poll found “that nearly two-thirds of likely voters in the Golden State believe African-Americans are more likely to face police discrimination.”
According to LA Weekly, San Diego Assemblywoman Shirley N. Weber (D) is sponsoring AB 953–legislation, which forces police officers to “track the race or ethnicity of people they stop and state if a search was conducted with consent.”
Weber stressed that forcing police to turn in information on “driving-while-black (DWB)” stops forces police to report honestly on the reasons behind the stops.