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Soros-Backed California Ballot Proposition Would Overhaul Sentencing of Drug Offenders

October 02, 2008  | 

The Nonviolent Offender Rehabilitation Act, funded in part by billionaire George Soros, would be "the most ambitious sentencing and prison reform in U.S. history," according to the Drug Policy Alliance Network, a primary sponsor.

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Tags: Sentencing, California Legislation, Drug Decriminalization, California Corrections

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cforbis @ 10/3/2008 5:56 AM

Here we go again rehashing the far left liberal agenda. Did we not learn from the past. After New York City cracked down on these "non Violent" offenders their crime rate dropped like a rock. Thank God I live and work in Texas and not the liberal bastion of California. To all of you good hard working conservative people in California come on over to TX.

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