California Proposition 57: What Voters Need to Know

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When Californians go to the polls on Election Day, one of the measures on the ballot they will vote on is Proposition 57, which involves the so-called "early release" of non-violent felons and makes accused lawbreakers under the the age of 18 subject to the state's juvenile court system. Steve Kuzj takes a look at the pros and cons of Prop 57 for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Oct. 31, 2016.

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