IL Sentencing Reform Could Save $62M, State Says

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Legislation backed by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the police department to crack down on repeat gun felons could save the state $62 million over 10 years because the bill also would ease penalties for some drug crimes, reports the Chicago Tribune. The figure was calculated by the Illinois Department of Corrections at the request of senators as they weigh the legislation . . .

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