A bill intended to relieve prison overcrowding and reduce the strain it places on the state budget is on the way to the governor.
The House of Representatives on Thursday approved House Bill 2131, which among other things would expand both the use of community sentencing programs and the electronic monitoring of low-risk, nonviolent inmates.
It’s the first...
Oklahoman subscribers have access to this article. Unlock it below.
What is this? Learn more.