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League of California Cities Votes in Support of “Yes on Proposition 36” – an initiative for Safer California Communities

The League of California Cities (Cal Cities), representing 476 cities and 80% of Californians, have voiced their support of Yes on Proposition 36, the campaign to hold repeat retail theft offenders and serious drug traffickers accountable while incentivizing drug treatment for those with serious addictions. San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria this week also announced his support of Proposition 36 joining other big city mayors from San Francisco, San Jose, Fresno and Santa Monica.

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Californians for Safer Communities Announce the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act Qualified for the November Ballot

The Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition today, a bipartisan group of more than 2,000 elected officials, small businesses, social justice organizations, victims, and law enforcement, voiced their support for the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1), which will appear on the November ballot.

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Over 2,000 Small Businesses, Local Elected Officials, Social Justice, Law Enforcement, Crime Victims and Drug Treatment Advocates Support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act.

Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition announced today that they are joined by over 2,000 small businesses, mayors and local elected officials, public safety officials, small business associations, crime victims, social justice, and drug treatment advocacy organizations who support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1).

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Drug Treatment and Crime Victims’ Advocacy Organizations Across California Join Coalition to Support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act 

Drug treatment and crime victims’ advocacy organizations across California who represent families who have been impacted by the tragic effects of drugs have joined the statewide Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition, the campaign leading the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1) to hold repeat retail theft offenders and serious drug traffickers accountable.

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Small Businesses and Business Leaders Across California Support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act Small Businesses and Business Leaders Across California 

Small businesses and business leaders across the state have joined the statewide Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition, the campaign leading the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1) to hold repeat retail theft offenders and serious drug traffickers accountable.

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League of California Cities Votes in Support of “Yes on Proposition 36” – an initiative for Safer California Communities

The League of California Cities (Cal Cities), representing 476 cities and 80% of Californians, have voiced their support of Yes on Proposition 36, the campaign to hold repeat retail theft offenders and serious drug traffickers accountable while incentivizing drug treatment for those with serious addictions. San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria this week also announced his support of Proposition 36 joining other big city mayors from San Francisco, San Jose, Fresno and Santa Monica.

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Californians for Safer Communities Announce the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act Qualified for the November Ballot

The Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition today, a bipartisan group of more than 2,000 elected officials, small businesses, social justice organizations, victims, and law enforcement, voiced their support for the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1), which will appear on the November ballot.

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Over 2,000 Small Businesses, Local Elected Officials, Social Justice, Law Enforcement, Crime Victims and Drug Treatment Advocates Support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act.

Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition announced today that they are joined by over 2,000 small businesses, mayors and local elected officials, public safety officials, small business associations, crime victims, social justice, and drug treatment advocacy organizations who support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1).

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Drug Treatment and Crime Victims’ Advocacy Organizations Across California Join Coalition to Support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act 

Drug treatment and crime victims’ advocacy organizations across California who represent families who have been impacted by the tragic effects of drugs have joined the statewide Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition, the campaign leading the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1) to hold repeat retail theft offenders and serious drug traffickers accountable.

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Small Businesses and Business Leaders Across California Support the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act Small Businesses and Business Leaders Across California 

Small businesses and business leaders across the state have joined the statewide Californians for Safer Communities (C4SC) Coalition, the campaign leading the Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Theft Reduction Act (Initiative 23-0017A1) to hold repeat retail theft offenders and serious drug traffickers accountable.

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Ballot measure to reform Prop. 47 gathers 900,000 signatures

Spectrum News 1 | Inside the Issues Staff | The Californians for Safer Communities Coalition is seeking to reform Proposition 47, which passed in 2014.

“Inside the Issues” host Amrit Singh is joined by Dan Schnur, political science professor at USC, UC Berkeley and Pepperdine, to discuss the political impact of potential reforms to the proposition.

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