We are thrilled to announce that Senate Bill 966 (Mitchell), which would repeal the sentencing enhancement for prior drug convictions, has just passed its first policy committee! SB 966 is sponsored by CURB, the Drug Policy Alliance, and the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.
More than 60 CURB members from across the state will join us for our lobby day this Thursday in Sacramento — Care Not Cages: Budget for a Stronger California — to build on the momentum of this victory and to fight against the expansion of prisons and jails. We will be meeting with legislators to express our support for SB 966 and other priority legislation, and our opposition to the Governor’s proposed $250 million for jail expansion.
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Drug Policy Alliance
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