State Of Georgia Will Require Drivers To Learn How To Interact Police During Traffic Stops

March 2, 2021

Going into the weekend the Georgia State Senate supported a legislation that would require drivers in the state to learn how to interact with police.

The bill will require the State Department of Driver service to work with the Department of Public Safety to educate citizens how to interact with police during traffic stops.
According to reports the bill was inspired by the police shooting death of Rashad Brooks back in 2020.
Democratic leader and Gloria Butler voted against the bill saying it is still doesn’t address  the real problem on how black people and other people of color are treated differently by police during traffic stops.
She said she would have supported the bill of everybody across the board was treated the same But until then the main issue is still not being addressed.

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