“No one should ever lose a son like that.”
That was my initial feeling and my continual belief in the aftermath of the darkest day of my life: March 18, 2018, the day Stephon Clark, my daughter’s fiancé, was shot to death by Sacramento police officers.
His death was the catalyst for Assembly Bill 931, which shone a ray of light into the darkness of loss in my family’s hearts. AB 931 would change police use-of-force policy in California and protect families from this devastation.
(The bill has been tabled for the year, but is expected back next year.)