Ca. To Cut 15,000 Inmates; Parole Rules Criticized

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California will release prisoners early and curb the number of parolees returned to custody, dropping the prison population by 15,000 in the next year and a half. The Sacramento Bee says the changes are driven by budget-cutting measures that could lead to units or entire facilities being closed. The decrease would near 10 percent, a
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