Paper: Ind. Prison Crowding Demands Flexible Terms

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Indiana should relieve crowded prisons by building up community corrections and allowing judges more flexibility in sentencing, editorializes the Indianapolis Star. The state has boosted spending on prisons 71 percent in six years, more than six times the rate of inflation during the same period. The Star notes that crowding is the worst in four
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