Some Inmates Released Due to COVID-19 Returned to Crime, Including Murder

‘This measure would utilize grant funding to incentivize the release of particularly vulnerable prisoners’

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RUSH EXCERPT:

NADLER: "This measure would utilize grant funding to incentivize the release of particularly vulnerable prisoners who are not a risk of harming others and to fund prevention and treatment of COVID-19 in prisons and jails."

(Via Just the News)

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