Actor Bryan Cranston gave $5,000 to Proposition 62, which would abolish the death penalty in California, in March.
Actor Bryan Cranston gave $5,000 to Proposition 62, which would abolish the death penalty in California, in March. Evan Agostini The Associated Press
Actor Bryan Cranston gave $5,000 to Proposition 62, which would abolish the death penalty in California, in March. Evan Agostini The Associated Press
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Celebrities endorsing California ballot measures, not writing checks

October 26, 2016 3:32 PM

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