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June 7, 2007

California sentencing commission closer to reality

As detailed in articles from the San Jose Mercury News and the Sacramento Bee, both houses of the California legislature passed (slightly different) bills to create a sentencing commission in California.  the Mercury News article nicely details differences in the bill and the partisan political rhetoric surrounding their consideration and passage.

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