Minnesota Approves Plan To Reduce Prison Time For New Drug Offenders

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Minnesota leaders have signed off on a plan, years in the making, to reduce the time spent behind bars for first-time drug offenders and better distinguish addicts from potentially violent drug dealers, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission voted 7-3 to overhaul the state's drug sentencing guidelines, reducing recommended prison sentences
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