Utah, Other States Cut Drug Penalties; Will Crime Rates Stay Down?

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In an ambitious experiment in criminal justice, Utah has reduced drug penalties, lowered sentencing guidelines and scaled back punishment for parole violations that had been sending offenders back to prison in droves, the Wall Street Journal reports. Utah officials hope the law will halt the state's prison growth and save more than $500 million over
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