http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/state/20031014-0241-ca-proposition36.html Admissions to drug treatment programs in five large California counties climbed sharply after voters decided three years ago that first-time nonviolent drug offenders should not go to prison, says a new study. The Associated Press reported that the University of California at Los Angeles report said drug programs are having difficulty with offenders with multiple or severe problems. The first-year study published in the journal Evaluation Review does not draw conclusions about . . .
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