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SB 261 was signed by the Governor and is law! Thank you to everyone who wrote letters and made calls.
Senate Bill 261 extends youth parole through age 22, recognizing that young people deserve a second chance. It More »
Tuesday 9/15/15 @ 8pm: Hear a panel of people who have paroled under SB 260 & learn about SB 260 and SB 261.
Join the CARES telephone meeting on
SB 261: WHERE IT STANDS, WHAT WOULD IT DO IF PASSED and
SB 260: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
featuring Elizabeth Calvin of Human Rights Watch as moderator with a
PANEL OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE PAROLED UNDER SB 260
Be a part of moving SB 261 to victory and urge the Governor to sign this important bill! Go to the “Take Action” page on this website for a sample letter of support.
SB 382 was signed by the Governor and is law! Thank you to everyone who wrote letters and made calls.
You are advocates for youth who face adult court. Now judges should consider many more factors before deciding whether to send
On September 1st, SB 261 passed in the California Assembly by a majority vote. It now heads to the Governor’s desk for his signature or veto. It is crucial for supporters to tell the Governor to sign this important bill into law. Go More »
Off suspense, out of appropriations! SB 261 now heads to a full vote of the Assembly! WRITE YOUR ASSEMBLY MEMBER TODAY.
On August 27th the Assembly Appropriations Committee voted to move SB 261 out of committee. It now heads to the Assembly for a full vote, likely to occur the week of August 31st. There, the bill needs 41 votes More »