Ca. Three Strikes Reform Favored, Gov. Opposed

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Two weeks before election day, a ballot measure to roll back California’s three-strikes sentencing law is leading by almost 3 to 1 among likely voters, says the Los Angeles Times. A Times survey found that the measure was backed by 62 percent of likely voters and opposed by 21 precent, with 17 percent undecided. The
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