Minnesota Tough Penalties On Drugs Costly: Report

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Minnesota could save $30 million a year if nonviolent drug offenders now flooding state prisons were sent to treatment instead, says the state Sentencing Guidelines Commission. The Minneapolis Star Tribune says the report to the legislature is likely to spur another round of debate over the fiscal and social effects of state policies that sent
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