Oklahoma Gov. Fallin Doesn’t Endorse Prisoner Release

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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin “did not endorse” her corrections department's plan to begin the supervised release of some prisoners convicted of nonviolent crimes, The Frontier reports. Last week, officials announced that some nonviolent offenders with less than 18 months left on their sentences and who met a number of other criteria would be considered for release. The . . .

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