California Update
7:53 am
Mon December 9, 2013

California Corrections Reform Advocates Push for Alternatives to Incarceration

Next year, California will allocate about 500 million dollars to the counties for local jail improvements and expansion to help reduce overcrowding. Assembly member Tom Ammiano says job training and alternative sentencing can help.
Next year, California will allocate about 500 million dollars to the counties for local jail improvements and expansion to help reduce overcrowding. Assembly member Tom Ammiano says job training and alternative sentencing can help.
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Today's reporting by Max Pringle ad Katie Orr.