Samual Nathaniel Brown

co-founder of Anti-violence, Safety, and Accountability Project (ASAP)

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A new bill in the State Senate seeks to increase the amount of money granted to people leaving prison from $200 to closer to $2600.

Should people leaving CA prison be granted $2600 instead of $200?

A new bill in the State Senate seeks to increase the amount of money granted to people leaving prison from $200 to closer to $2600.

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