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Talk:California Proposition 47, Reduced Penalties for Some Crimes Initiative (2014)

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Polycal wrote:
George Skelton's op-ed position should not be listed as a newspaper position. That section of the article should be reserved for actual editorials. Polycal (talk) 11:26, 12 October 2014 (CDT)

Skelton's op-ed

  • George Skelton, Los Angeles Times: "Any way you look at Prop. 47, it's too liberal for the Democrat-dominated Legislature. That gives me some pause. Reducing drug sentences, OK. But property crimes? The thief who steals a $200 bracelet from a mom-and-pop jewelry in Boyle Heights gets a slap on the wrist. But walk off with a $2,000 necklace from a Beverly Hills shop and it's a felony. Doesn't click."[1]


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