Amid the ongoing drama of the presidential election, it’s easy to forget the results of the state-level propositions that will impact communities here at home.
But these propositions are important. They pose direct questions to voters that can have a significant impact on the civil rights and civil liberties of all Californians.
Two propositions from this year’s ballot, Propositions 17 and 20, deserve recognition for the ways that their fates have brought California a step closer toward true criminal justice reform. Here’s why:
The ACLU of Northern California is committed to transforming our criminal justice system so that the rights and dignity of incarcerated people, formerly incarcerated people, and their loved ones are respected, and strengthened.
The approval of Prop. 17 and the rejection of Prop. 20 bring us nearer to that vision of justice. Thank you for helping to make this progress possible.
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