Say goodbye to the death penalty in California if this proposition gets a majority yes-vote from voters. And not only would it apply to future murder convictions, but also past ones, meaning those serving on death row will shift to life in prison without possibility of parole term. These and future inmates will be put to work with earnings going to "any victim restitution fines or orders against them," according to the official state summary.
Additionally, a one-time $100-million fund will help law enforcement agencies solve more homicide and rape cases. If the prop succeeds, it will become effective the day after the election. Read more at KCET