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Committee on the JudiciaryIntroducedDecember 9th, 2013
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Non-violent federal prisoners with low risk of recidivism should not be kept in detention centers on the taxpayer's dime. Relocating low-risk offenders will cut prison costs and not pose a threat to surrounding communities.
There’s no way of telling whether or not a prisoner will relapse into criminal activity if they re-enter the free world — criminals should not be given second chances after they have been found guilty.