Sacramento PD Won't Boycott TASER As Part of City's 'Economic Sanctions'
June 18, 2010
The Sacramento Police Department will continue to use TASER stun guns and accessories from the Arizona company, following a City Council vote Tuesday to impose "economic sactions" on Arizona for passing the immigration law, FOX40.com reports.
The department, which has a contract with Scottsdale-based TASER, said it would continue to purchase equipment from the company.
As part of the boycott, the city is forbidding Sacramento employees from travelling to Arizona on the city's dime and boycotting companies based in the state.
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