By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A California State Assembly committee will be voting on a bill that could overturn Proposition 47.

The law that was passed back in 2014 more than doubled the amount a criminal could steal before facing felony charges from $400 to $950 – a change that critics of the law say is responsible for helping fuel the spike in retail crimes California has seen in recent years.

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A UC Berkeley poll last month showed nearly 60 percent of Californians supported getting rid of it.

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While criticism of the law has mainly come from the right, California Democrats have recently started to sour on it as well. Assemblyman Rudy Salas, a Democrat from Bakersfield, authored the bill that would lower the threshold back to $400.

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If the bill makes it out of committee, a full vote on it will be coming.