Connecticut Gov Says Results Are Seen

Governor Dan Malloy says criminal  justice reforms enacted in Connecticut over the last few years are  showing real results.  

Malloy says two new reports show the projected  state prison population and recidivism rates are both continuing to  drop.  

The governor says the state prison population is expected to drop  by over 700 inmates in the next year.  

Malloy says clearly there are  far fewer people committing crimes and entering the prison system than  ever before.



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