Prop. 20 to enact stronger penalties on certain crimes if passed

Photo of California Men's Colony, a California state prison
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Proposition 20 is supported by politicians such as U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes and organizations including the Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs. The California Democratic Party, as well as organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union of California, oppose the ballot initiative.

This November, California residents will be voting on Proposition 20, a measure which, if passed, would allow certain misdemeanor crimes to be chargeable as felonies and create stricter policies on parole.
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A more perfect union: How 7 UC Berkeley faculty members changed history through unionizing almost 50 years ago

They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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