Yes on 34 - SAFE California

Yes on 34 means killers will stay behind bars forever -- with no risk of executing an innocent person -- and $130 million saved in California tax dollars.

Great News! The California Nurses Association has endorsed Prop 34!

They know that the death penalty is broken beyond repair and it's time to replace it with life without parole to save money, protect innocent people, and bring justice that works for everyone to CA!

Rick Perry executed a mentally disabled man
Capital punishment stirs up fierce debate in the United States. In this essay, Professor Jeff Fagan questions research that supports the long-accepted view of the deterrent effect of capital punishment. States must also come to terms with the fact that each execution can cost between $2.5 million to $5 million, he writes, and ask themselves whether that money can be put to better law enforcement uses.


Yes on 34 - SAFE California


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