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News Brief

February 28, 2000
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California’s governor proposed legislation to combat hate groups, which he said pose a “very serious threat to public safety.” Gray Davis’ bill would strengthen existing laws by expanding the definition of a hate crime, automatically lengthening by three years the prison terms of convicted felons whose crimes were motivated by hatred and extending the statute of limitation covering hate crimes from one to three years.

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