A “landmark justice reform bill” designed to decrease the state’s prison population, reduce incarceration costs, reduce crime and increase public safety was signed into law earlier this month by Gov. Steve Beshear.
That’s how the state describes House Bill 463 which reduces prison time for low-risk, non-violent drug offenders who possess small amounts of illegal drugs. HB 463 is estimated to save the state $422 million over the next decade.
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