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KQED NEWSROOM

Prop 57, Elections 2016, Courtroom Implicit Bias Training

  • Aired: 10/07/2016
  • 27:48
  • Rating: NR
In November, California voters will weigh in on a measure that would create additional opportunities for certain nonviolent offenders to be released from prison sooner. KQED's Scott Shafer joins Thuy Vu with a look at key state contests. In July, the Department of Justice announced a new program to train judges and prosecutors to recognize implicit bias and develop strategies to combat it.
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