Ct. Survey Urges Cutting Mandatory Sentences

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About half of Connecticut residents believe that instead of building more prisons or sending inmates out of state, legislators should relax mandatory minimum sentences and invest more in alternative-to-incarceration programs, reports the Hartford Courant. A new University of Connecticut survey found that 51 percent oppose spending more to send inmates out of state and 53
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