Idaho is one of just three states that provides its prison inmates virtually no way to earn time off for good behavior behind bars, and its “compassionate release” program for terminally ill inmates is among the nation’s most restrictive. Those were among the research findings presented to a legislative panel Monday that’s looking for answers to the state’s soaring prison population.
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