Oklahoma Adopts Plan to Lower Female Incarceration Rate

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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin announced a public-private partnership called Pay for Success that is designed to lower the state's female incarceration rate, The Oklahoman reports. “Government too often pays for programs that it hopes work, but under this arrangement, government will pay for what works,” Fallin said. “Women in Recovery is a cost-effective alternative that improves public safety and . . .

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