Tennessee May Release Inmates Early To Save Money

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Some Tennessee prisoners would be released early and others would serve in community corrections programs rather than go to jail under cost-saving proposals being considered by Gov. Phil Bredesen. The options are not “soft on crime” but a better way to manage the state’s 25,000 prisoners, Tennessee Correction Commissioner Quenton White said yesterday, the Tennessean
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