More Women Enter Ohio Prisons; State Allows Some To Leave Early

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More women than ever are going to prison in Ohio, with most serving short sentences for nonviolent drug crimes and struggling with mental-health and addiction issues, reports the Columbus Dispatch. A provision tucked into the state budget could change that. It empowers Prisons Director Gary Mohr to move nonviolent, low-level felony drug offenders out of
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