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“Is Georgia getting ‘Right on Crime’?”

From Peach Pundit: During the budget crisis that has dated back a couple years, many fiscal conservatives have been urging legislators to take a look at criminal justice reform Using the Right on Crime model, it looks as though Georgia will finally step away from it’s “tough on crime” approach to addiction.

This article from the Peach Pundit credits ROC policies with “saving taxpayers $20 million per year.”

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