Three state ballot measures focused on California's justice system. Voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 35, which toughens the laws on human trafficking, and Proposition 36, which makes some changes to the "three strikes" law. They were less moved by Proposition 34, a bid to abolish the death penalty. Reporter: Michael Montgomery
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