N.J. Gov., Prisons Chief At Odds On Convict Drugs

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New Jersey Gov. James E. McGreevey disagrees with his prisons chief over a proposal to soften the penalty for drug use by state inmates in halfway houses, reports the Newark Star-Ledger. “I think that’s wrong,” McGreevey said of Corrections Commissioner Devon Brown’s suggestion to ease a “zero tolerance” rule that sends halfway-house residents straight back
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