CA Cut Incarceration Without Big Crime Rise, Study Says

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California reduced its state prison and county jail populations at historic rates since 2009 without any significant increase in crime. at least not until last year, says a new study reported by the San Francisco Chronicle. However, recently released inmates are still being arrested and convicted of new crimes at high levels, and the state is spending even more on prisons and . . .

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