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Who’s enforcing Newsom’s curfew?

If a police officer turns on his lights, it's probably not because you're not wearing a mask.

One of the questions that had people scratching their heads Thursday after California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the statewide evening curfew was: “Just who is going to enforce this?”

The answer, it seems, is … few, if any.

The Orange County Register reports that a number of law enforcement officials across Southern California have said they have no plans to arrest people or even issue fines to those who violate the 10 p.m. curfew, which was ordered to begin Saturday after a surge of coronavirus infections.

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