Attorneys and Auditors with Guns and Body Armor

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The State Senate's Office of Oversight and Outcomes is asking an interesting question. Why are some lawyers and auditors for the state's Inspector General provided with body armor, trained to fire semi-automatic weapons and required to carry weapons at all times, when not one has fired a gun or made an arrest for five years? Chase Davis reports for


Chase Davis - Reporter, California Watch

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