Maine Releases Inmates To Bolster The Labor Force

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Ahead of peak tourism season, Maine Gov. Paul LePage is helping ease the state’s labor shortage by releasing nonviolent offenders from prison to get them back to work, the Wall Street Journal reports. The sentences of 17 inmates who committed low-level offenses were commuted in recent days. LePage may make a similar move among the female prison population and is . . .

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