L.A. County Supervisors Vote to Put Defunding Police on November Ballot
[BREITBART] The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a proposal on Tuesday to amend the city’s charter — which will be presented to voters on November 3 via ballot — to remove $880 million from law enforcement and "reinvest" the money in "direct community investment" and "alternatives to incarceration."
Titled, "Reimagining L.A. County: Shifting Budget Priorities to Revitalize Under-resourced and Low-income Communities," the proposal includes language frequently used by Democrat politicians and the broader left. It alleges the existence of "systemic discrimination, exclusion, and inequity" targeting blacks and yielding "racial injustice" and "racial inequity."
Posted by: Fred 2020-08-06