California needs more treatment options, and more criminal justice reform.

What is really needed now is for California lawmakers to reallocate money from our $12 billion corrections budget toward more effective local safety solutions. Rather than repeal criminal justice reforms that are moving the state in the right direction, lawmakers should build on these reforms and expand local treatment programs to make our communities even safer.

National Center for Crime Victims

California Teachers Association

California Democratic Party

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Chief Probation Officers of California

Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice

California Labor Federation

SEIU California

Public Defenders Association

Californians for Safety and Justice

ACLU of California

Drug Policy Alliance

Bend the Arc

Indivisible California Statewide

Next Gen

University of California Student Association

California League of Conservation Voters

Equality California

A New Way of Life



All Of Us Or None OC; OC Survivors

Anchor of Hope International Ministries, Inc.

Arts for Healing and Justice Network


Building Opportunites for Self-Sufficiency

California Conference

California Alliance for Youth and Community Justice

Champions In Service

Citizens United for Responsible Budget

Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice

Community Coalition

Crime Survivors for Los Angeles

Crime Survivors for San Bernardino

Crime Survivors for San Joaquin

Criminal Justice Courage Campaign Coalition

Crossroads United Methodist Church

CSSJ Inland Empire


Ella Baker Center

Faith in the Valley

Fathers and Families of San Joaquin

Good Seed CDC


Integrated Recovery Network

Jerline Bedford

Jireh Shalom Foundation /CSSJ IE Chapter

Kelly’s Angels Foundation


Legal Services for Prisoners with Children

Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership (LARRP)

Ollin Law

Pillars of the Community

Project Kinship

Record Clearance Project, San José State University

Restore Justice

Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos

SHIELDS For Families Inc.

Silicon Valley DeBug

SSG Project 180

Starting Over, Inc

Time for Change Foundation

Timelist Group, Inc

Underground Scholars

United Communities for Peace

USC Unchained Scholars

Watts Labor Community Action Committee

Young Women's Freedom Center

Youth Justice Coalition

Advancement Project California

California's Religious Action Center (RAC-CA)

League of Women Voters of California

Prosecutors Alliance

California Federation of Teachers

Join our coalition

Join our coalition. Oppose the rollback of effective criminal justice reforms and wasting tens of millions of taxpayer dollars on prisons.

  • "Prop 20 backers are wrong. People who commit violent crimes receive severe and lengthy sentences, often life in prison."

    Diana Becton

    Contra Costa County District Attorney
  • "Crime victims and law enforcement leaders oppose Prop 20 because it wastes tens of millions of taxpayer dollars on prisons while cutting the rehabilitation programs we know work — that makes us all less safe."

    William Landsdowne (ret)

    San Diego Police Chief
  • "While overspending on prisons, Prop 20 will cause draconian cuts to mental health programs and support available to help victims of crime recover from trauma."

    Tinisch Hollins

    Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice
Contact Us

Paid for by No on Prop. 20, Californians Against the Prison Spending Scam
Committee Major funding from

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Patricia Quillin
Open Society Policy Center

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