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PROSECUTORS LABEL RECIDIVISM BIGGER PROBLEM THAN MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCES

Sentencing Commission meets in Gardner Auditorium Wednesday morning to hear testimony on criminal justice reform. [Photo: Katie Lannan/SHNS]

While activists and some lawmakers are advocating for criminal justice reforms aimed in part at reducing the number of people incarcerated, seven of the state's district attorneys pushed back on Wednesday with a call to shift the focus.

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