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Revision as of 11:17, 30 August 2008

California Proposition 21 appeared on the March 7, 2000 ballot in California. It passed, with 62% of voters in favor.

The ballot measure was an initiated constitutional amendment that also changed some statutes.

The summary of the ballot measure prepared by the California Attorney General read:

  • Increases punishment for gang-related felonies, home-invasion robbery, carjacking, witness intimidation and drive-by shootings; and creates crime of gang recruitment activities.

Campaign contributions

$587,005 was spent supporting the measure. $431,829 was spent opposing it.

Opponents of the measure included:

See also

External links