April 21, 2017
More Mississippi inmates would soon be eligible for parole under a bill that both Republicans and Democrats passed to relieve the state's overcrowded criminal-justice system. But, Gov. Phil Bryant (pictured) vetoed it.
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'Spoiled' Criminal Justice Reform Bill Dies After Governor's Veto
Individuals would not be locked up for being financially unable to pay fines, and nonviolent offenders could get parole sooner under a bipartisan bill both the House and the Senate ...
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