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November 4, 2014 9:21 PM

Voters approve sentencing changes in Prop. 47

California voters have approved Proposition 47, which will change state sentencing laws. A coalition of civil libertarian philanthropists, Democrats and organized labor pushed the measure to alter punishments for nonviolent crimes – a move they said would ultimately reduce crime and the statewide prison population.

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