Minnesota Politicians Weigh Solutions to Meth and Prison Crisis

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Minnesota imprisoned more people than ever last year, due in part to a spike in methamphetamine cases. The state’s Guideline Sentencing Commission, ordered by the Legislature to look into the related problems of meth abuse and prison population, came up with several solutions: • Shorter sentences. • Create out-of-prison treatments for nonviolent drug offenders. •
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