Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin continues to use his platform as one of the leading receivers in the NFL to push for police reform and changes to the way officers use deadly force. His latest act to that end is public and financial support for Washington Initiative 940 Baldwin, the son of a law-enforcement officer, announced Wednesday.
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin continues to use his platform as one of the leading receivers in the NFL to push for police reform and changes to the way officers use deadly force. His latest act to that end is public and financial support for Washington Initiative 940 Baldwin, the son of a law-enforcement officer, announced Wednesday. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin continues to use his platform as one of the leading receivers in the NFL to push for police reform and changes to the way officers use deadly force. His latest act to that end is public and financial support for Washington Initiative 940 Baldwin, the son of a law-enforcement officer, announced Wednesday. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
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Doug Baldwin’s latest advocacy-to-action: Support, money for Washington Initiative 940, police deescalation

December 06, 2017 06:37 PM

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