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Members of Project WHAT! mobilize to Sacramento to oppose more jail funding. Project WHAT! is led by youth who have had a parent incarcerated and sponsored by Oakland-based Community Works West.

The story behind the 2015 California Budget Act

June 25, 2014

​In mid-June, Gov. Brown signed the Budget Act of 2015, which shows no vision for the future of most Californians. In total, this budget underestimated the amount of resources available, overestimated the cost of vital programs, and chose spending on debt service, rainy day funds and prisons instead of the people of California and the vital services they need.

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CURB responds to Legislature’s compromise Corrections budget deal

June 17, 2014

In the face of community and court pressure for sweeping criminal justice reform, Gov. Brown and the Legislature have made only small changes to their ongoing commitment to mass incarceration. The budget deal continues to send billions of dollars down the ‘rat hole’ of incarceration while including no significant restorations to anti-poverty and social safety net programs that have suffered years of cuts.

Californians gaining momentum against prison and jail expansion

June 3, 2014

Anti-prison expansion activists across California have had a busy spring pushing back against controversial expansion plans. Members of Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB) acted swiftly last month to defeat two legislative bills which would have rammed forward over $4 billion in prison and jail construction money [AB 2356 (Gorell) and SB 1377 (Nielson)].

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