HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — A invoice to stop the instant launch of the names of cops concerned in shootings has handed the state Home – once more.
An analogous invoice handed the legislature in its final two-yr session, however it was vetoed by Governor Tom Wolf.
The invoice was reintroduced within the new session and Monday it cleared the state Home once more.
The measure prohibits releasing the identify of a regulation enforcement officer concerned within the discharge of a firearm or use of pressure through the efficiency of official duties earlier than an investigation is full or earlier than 30 days after the incident has occurred.
The invoice now goes to the state Senate.
The Legislative Black Caucus launched a press release saying it’s disillusioned by the return of what it calls a “police secrecy” invoice.