Measure 11 reform faces uphill fight ...

Measure 11 reform faces uphill fight in Oregon Legislature

There are 1 comment on the OregonLive.com story from Apr 7, 2013, titled Measure 11 reform faces uphill fight in Oregon Legislature. In it, OregonLive.com reports that:

Two-thirds of lawmakers must agree in order to make changes to Measure 11, which set mandatory minimum sentences for felonies.

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Cat Funk

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#1 Apr 14, 2013
Early release for inmates that have served at least 5 years or half of their sentence. It would save so much money that can help victims and go into real rehabilitation.
Also home detention for early release last year or two of time, Job training, work release. Lots of possibilities that could help imates adjust to being a productive part of society when they return from prison.

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