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Right on Crime | April 23, 2014
Alaska legislators have passed a sweeping corrections bill that will increase public safety, slow prison growth and cut costs. The bill establishes a 24/7 Sobriety Program, which requires certain offenders to submit to twice-a-day alcohol or drug testing, provides stricter penalties for attempted abduction, and increases the threshold for felony theft from $500 to $750.