At Least 17 States Adopted Reforms on Prisoners Last Year

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Last year, at least 17 states adopted reforms targeted at reducing prison populations and addressing collateral consequences for persons with criminal convictions, says a new summary from The Sentencing Project. Among changes adopted around the nation last year were California's expansion of parole eligibility, Florida's elimination of some mandatory minimum sentences, and Delaware's scaling back of . . .

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