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Judges and Judiciary,
Civil Rights

Jan. 25, 2024

Judge strikes down rule requiring traffic cops to disclose their pronouns in data reporting

Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Christopher E. Krueger issued a temporary restraining order on Tuesday preventing the state from enforcing recent regulations related to the Racial and Identity Profiling Act of 2015.

A judge blocked a recent regulation requiring police to disclose their own gender identity when they report traffic stop data.

Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Christopher E. Krueger issued a temporary restraining order on Tuesday preventing the state from enforcing recent regulations related to the Racial and Identity Profiling Act of 2015. Passed that year as AB 953, a nearly decade old law requires officers and the agencies they work for to report data to the state on the ...

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