Supervisors left untouched Tuesday an ordinance that places restrictions on protests that target residences in unincorporated Riverside County.
The board approved the ordinance in March after months of debate and revisited it Tuesday to examine its impact. Former Supervisor Roy Wilson, who died last month, had requested the review.
The board accepted a report Tuesday from the Sheriff's Department, saying deputies had no instances where they needed to utilize the ordinance. In situations where the ordinance might apply, deputies found the ... [Read the rest at pe.com]