Ma. Bill Urges Early Release Of Drug Inmates

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Massachusetts taxpayers could save up to $15 million by paroling about 2,000 prisoners serving minimum mandatory drug sentences after two-thirds of their maximum sentences, a state senator said yesterday. The Boston Globe says Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem, a Newton Democrat, is pushing a bill that would apply to about 650 “low-level” nonviolent drug offenders and
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