CA Supreme Court Considers Prop. 57 Case

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      [ACSOL] The California Supreme Court today listened to oral arguments in the first in a series of cases regarding the implementation of Proposition 57 by the California Department of Corrections (CDC).  At issue in all of those cases is whether CDC’s regulations could lawfully exclude anyone convicted of a sex offense from its major benefit, […]

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      Hello, where’s the story on prop. 57. It looks like a comment to a post but it’s not complete and the link at the bottom of the comment doesn’t take you to the full story. If anyone can help

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