The L.A. City Council is urging state lawmakers to make good on promises to give local communities the state's savings from letting low-level non-violent offenders out of prison. With a 14-to-0 vote, the council called on Sacramento lawmakers to start making good on the local funding promised by Prop 47, the voter-approved initiative from 2014 that reduced penalties for many drug crimes and other less serious offenses. The Proposition allowed re-sentencing and early release for many prisoners. Los Angeles city and community leaders say the funding is needed for jail alternatives. Pacifica's Dan Fritz reports from Los Angeles.