Oklahoma prison reform law takes another hit
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But it's looking more and more as though passage of the bill last year may have been not much more than a sop to the outgoing speaker, a way for policymakers to say “look what we've done” but with no real intention to follow up once Steele was gone.
Many of those who remain at the Capitol seem to prefer handling corrections as the state always has, which has left Oklahoma with prisons bursting at the seams. Better to just pull the plug on JRI than to pretend that any meaningful changes are really on the way.
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