Projectile weapons have injured protesters -- sometimes permanently -- across CA this year, often during racial justice protests, and even at championship celebrations for pro sports teams. Now, calls for reform are echoing throughout state government.
Story by Scott Rodd.
(Photo: Foucha Coner stands at the intersection of 10th and L Street in Sacramento, California, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020. The intersection is where Coner was shot in the face just above the eye with a projectile during the protest over the death of George Floyd - Sara Nevis for CapRadio)