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Californians vote to reform harsh 'three strikes' law

On Election Day, voters in California agreed to reform the state's "three strikes law" that made any third conviction for a felony would automatically result in imprisonment of 25 years to life. Martin Horn, former commission of the New York City Department of Correction, Glenn Martin of The Fortune Society, director Valarie Kaur, and United States District Court Judge Mark Bennett explain how the law is going to change.