Top California Democrats announced Sunday they will ask voters to approve a plan cracking down on retail theft.

The plan, led by Gov. Gavin Newsom, is an effort to compete with another crime-focused measure backed by a coalition of business groups that lawmakers said would result in more people being put behind bars. Newsom and lawmakers negotiated the plan behind closed doors over the weekend after failing to convince the coalition to withdraw its effort from the ballot.

Both proposals would include make shoplifting a felony for repeat offenders and increase penalties for fentanyl dealers.