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Human Rights on the Ballot in California

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Click to expand Image A mail-in ballot from the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder for the November 3 election, September 5, 2020.  © 2020 Ted Soqui/Sipa via AP Images Early voting has begun in California, and over the next month, voters will have the opportunity to protect human rights in the most populous state in the United States. Basic rights are at stake in at least four measures on this year’s ballot. Human Rights Watch has studied each of these four ballot proposals and recommends the following votes: Yes on Proposition 17, which would restore voting rights to people disenfranchised…

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