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by Lori Dorfman | New York Times
Saturday, September 9, 1995

Californians may have unwittingly replaced the state's university system with the prison system when they voted to approve the "three-strikes" law, which extends prison sentences for habitual offenders. BMSG director Lori Dorfman explains why in this letter to the editor.

by Lori Dorfman | San Francisco Chronicle
Friday, August 4, 1995

In this letter to the editor, BMSG co-director Lori Dorfman calls for the state to stop investing in prisons and instead pour the money into communities to help prevent crime before it starts.

by Lori Dorfman | San Francisco Examiner
Monday, March 20, 1995

In this letter to the editor, BMSG's Lori Dorfman highlights that we all have much to gain from fewer guns in our homes.

by Lawrence Wallack | San Francisco Examiner
Monday, March 13, 1995

The tobacco industry has accused UCSF professor Dr. Stanton Glantz of using inaccurate data and has called him offensive. That the industry has paid so much attention to Dr. Glantz speaks to his effectiveness in promoting policies that make Californians healthier by reducing exposures to second-hand smoke, writes Lawrence Wallack in this letter to the editor.

by Lawrence Wallack | The Oakland Tribune
Wednesday, October 5, 1994

BMSG's Lawrence Wallack discusses the shooting of an Oakland teen as an illustration of the role alcohol too often plays in deadly violence.

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