Bill Lansdowne

San Diego Police Department (retired)

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Former Chief of the San Diego Police Department, he was a proponent of Prop 47

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Less than four months ago, California voters passed  Proposition 47 , reducing six felony crimes to misdemeanors.

Is Prop 47 Having Unintended Consequences?

Less than four months ago, California voters passed Proposition 47 , reducing six felony crimes to misdemeanors.

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