Feb 17, 2016

Jerry Brown wants to let more felons out of prison - SFGate

When he initially retired from the system in 2011, there were 173,000 inmates in the state’s prisons, California Secretary of Corrections and Rehabilitation Scott Kernan told The Chronicle editorial board at a meeting in Sacramento on Thursday. While Kernan was running his consulting business, the number of inmates dropped dramatically. A panel of three federal judges had ordered California to...

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