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New prison population reduction law is a step in the right direction

New prison population reduction law is a step in the right direction

Calvin Ratana

September 23, 2013

In an effort to comply with a federal court demand for California to reduce its prison population, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law with two plans to reduce the population size in prisons. The law orders either the relocation of non-violent prisoners to mental health and substance abuse facilities or the relocation of pris...

California implements the first comprehensive transgender law for K-12 students

Anne Christensen

September 4, 2013

California became the first state to pass legislation allowing transgender K-12 students to choose restroom facilities and participate in physical education or sports based on their self-defined gender identity. Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1266, the “School Success and Opportunity Act” into l...

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