Conn. Legislators Pass Prison-Population Measure

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The Connecticut legislature has approved a plan to reduce state prison population, reports the Associated Press. Senators praised the bill as an effort to reduce recidivism and a way to avoid building more prisons. Sen. Andrew McDonald, D-Stamford, co-chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said the measure “represents a recognition of the fact that we will
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