Acts Relative to Saving Black Lives and Transforming Public Safety

By By Katie Trojano, Reporter Staff

The Boston City Council on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution in support of state legislation aimed at removing tear gas, rubber bullets, attack dogs and other weapons “not even used in war” from state and local police departments.

The legislation, H.D. 5128/SD. 2968 “Acts Relative to Saving Black Lives and Transforming Public Safety,” was authored by Rep. Liz Miranda— who represents Dorchester and Roxbury— and state Sen. Cynthia Creem.

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