Amendments To Three Strikes Headed For Ca. Ballot

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A campaign to amend California’s “three-strikes” law to exclude nonviolent felonies from triggering lifetime prison sentences appears headed for the ballot. Citizens Against Violent Crime nearly 700,000 petition signatures yesterday, far more than the 373,816 needed to qualify for the November ballot, reports the Sacramento Bee. The effort is led by Joe Klaas, grandfather of
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