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Saturday, August 31, 2013

"California Gov Brown finding monies for prisons seeking to avoid court-ordered prisoner release"

From Sentencing Law & Policy:

As reported in this new Los Angeles Times article, California Governor Jerry Brown is now finally taking major new steps to deal with enduring prison crowding issues in his state.   The piece is headlined, "Jerry Brown has plan to ease prison crowding without early releases; To comply with judges' order, Jerry Brown proposes to spend from state's reserve to house excess prisoners in alternate facilities." 

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