States Cutting Criminal Sentences To Save Money

Print More Some states are granting early release to non-violent prisoners, cutting sentences, sending drug offenders to treatment centers and revising tough-on-crime laws, USA Today reports. State lawmakers haven’t gone soft on crime, rather are running short of cash to pay for some anti-crime and anti-drug laws approved in the 1980s and 1990s. “It’s not like
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