Leticia Perez

Kern County Board of Supervisors

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Leticia Perez is Kern County Supervisor and co-chair of the committee to distribute the savings from Proposition 47.

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The passage of Prop 47 reducing some felony crimes to misdemeanors has saved taxpayers $103 million.

Where will Prop 47 funds go?

The passage of Prop 47 reducing some felony crimes to misdemeanors has saved taxpayers $103 million.

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