california prison overcrowding

As of Wednesday, 2,923 people had been released under Prop 47, Corrections Department spokeswoman Terry Thornton told The
Last February, California won two additional years to reduce overcrowding in its prisons under an order issued by the panel
The researchers alternatively suggest the state become more effective at disseminating voting rights information, possibly
"The country seems to have come to a different place [...] I think, most fundamentally, because crime is down," Keith Humphreys
The union lost its hard-charging, tough-talking head Dan Novey in 2002. He was replaced by Mike Jimenez, who has openly discussed
Cops and prosecutors are fighting against the shift, but so far they're losing in the polls. Besides reducing the prison
Since January, she said, Hughes has become an "absolutely critical" spokesman, cutting television ads to show that the referendum
"At least in three states we now know that the prison population can be reduced by about 25% with little or no adverse effect
The court's denial highlighted tensions between the most populous U.S. state and federal courts about crowding and conditions
San Diego’s Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility is building sites for its new Farm and Rehabilitation Meals (FARM) program