In an effort to save money on state prison spending, shoplifting, forgery, fraud and other lower-level offenses are treated as misdemeanors under Proposition 47.
In an effort to save money on state prison spending, shoplifting, forgery, fraud and other lower-level offenses are treated as misdemeanors under Proposition 47. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
In an effort to save money on state prison spending, shoplifting, forgery, fraud and other lower-level offenses are treated as misdemeanors under Proposition 47. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
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Dan Walters Daily: Lawmakers push back on Proposition 47

March 24, 2015 10:59 PM

UPDATED March 25, 2015 05:59 AM

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