Margaret Dooley-Sammuli

Deputy campaign manager of Yes on 5, Deputy State director in Southern California for the Drug Policy Alliance

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Deputy campaign manager of Yes on 5, Deputy State director in Southern California for the Drug Policy Alliance

Margaret Dooley-Sammuli on KCRW

The state assembly passed a bill on Monday that would eliminate money bail -- that means no more cash or bonds to get out. Low level offenders would be released.

California is poised to get rid of cash bail

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Proposition 5  on the November ballot, which deals with the criminal justice system, would allocate $460 million a year to improve and expand
treatment programs for drug crimes and…

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Proposition 5 on the November ballot, which deals with the criminal justice system, would allocate $460 million a year to improve and expand treatment programs for drug crimes and…

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