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November 8, 2013 12:00 AM

Dan Walters: New crimes could undermine California’s ‘realignment’

So far, about 40,000 felons have been affected by California’s “realignment” program, which is aimed at reducing overcrowding in prisons in accordance with federal court orders without, it’s said, releasing dangerous criminals to prey upon the public.

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