Virginians Paying High Price for Crime Crackdown

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Virginia’s prison system has become much more crowded and costly in the decade since the state passed some of the nation’s toughest anti-crime measures. New mandatory minimum sentences for violent criminals, the abolition of parole and stricter policies on locking up ex-convicts who don’t follow their release terms have combined to more than double the
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