Merced County District Attorney Larry Morse II speaks against Prop 57, the governor’s public safety and rehabilitation act, at the Merced County Courthouse Museum on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Opponents say the ballot initiative will grant early parole for convicted felons who have committed violent crimes.
Merced County District Attorney Larry Morse II speaks against Prop 57, the governor’s public safety and rehabilitation act, at the Merced County Courthouse Museum on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Opponents say the ballot initiative will grant early parole for convicted felons who have committed violent crimes. Brianna Calix BRIANNA CALIX / bcalix@mercedsun
Merced County District Attorney Larry Morse II speaks against Prop 57, the governor’s public safety and rehabilitation act, at the Merced County Courthouse Museum on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Opponents say the ballot initiative will grant early parole for convicted felons who have committed violent crimes. Brianna Calix BRIANNA CALIX / bcalix@mercedsun

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