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A California assemblyman has changed the language in a proposed bill that would have essentially blacklisted certain Christians, Jews, and potentially even Muslims from becoming police officers.   

Assembly member Ash Kalra’s (D-San Jose) stated goal for Assembly Bill 655, also known as the California Law Enforcement Accountability Reform, or CLEAR Act was to eliminate extremists from California law enforcement, including police officers belonging to “hate groups” or those who have used hate speech in the past.   

But opponents said the bill’s definition of “hate group” was so broad it included police officers expressing religious or political views on abortion, marriage, and gender, or even those who belonged to a conservative church, synagogue, mosque, or political party. From CBN.  

By Uffda

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