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A Road to Reenter Society

New law will reduce prison costs, help ex-felons find work

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 13, 2011
A criminal sentencing reform bill approved last month is estimated to save Ohio taxpayers more than $46 million during the next four years, but some argue that it has a more important purpose. Ohio House Bill No. 86 reduces penalties for many low-level nonviolent criminals in the state, reduces sentencing for inmates who exhibit good behavior and helps inmates find employment.  

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