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Quaker group seeks revamp of state’s ‘truth-in-sentencing’ laws (access required)

A Quaker organization claims to have bipartisan support for a bill that would upend Arizona’s truth-in-sentencing laws, which requires Arizona inmates to serve at least 85 percent of their court-imposed sentences.

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