Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Clatsop D.A. Marquis And Other State D.A.'s Say Suspended Measure 57 Numbers Inflated By State Law Makers


PORTLAND, Ore. - A tough-on-crime measure passed by Oregon voters was suspended by state lawmakers because they said the state couldn’t afford it, but according to a preliminary report by district attorneys, legislators made their decision on bad data.

Measure 57 was passed by a strong majority of voters and called for cracking down on criminals habitually breaking into homes and stealing cars.

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