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October 12, 2012

NPR piece spotlights Ohio success with sentencing reforms and reducing recidivism

I am very pleased to see that my state is getting well-deserved national attention for its recent success with sentencing and corrections reforms.  Specifically, NPR's Talk of the Nation had this lengthy segment earlier this week on Ohio's reforms under the heading "Programs Keep Inmates From Returning To Prison." Here is how the NPR site sets up the discussion:

States pay tens of thousands of dollars a year to house each inmate. Some states are rethinking the way they spend that money. In Ohio, sentencing reform, increased support for former inmates, and rehabilitation and education programs for current prisoners have helped keep prisoners from returning.

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