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Ohio prosecutors would modify drug laws to free up prisons

By Alan Johnson
Columbus Dispatch

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio's county prosecutors are recommending major changes to state drug laws, including the elimination of mandatory prison sentences for trafficking and possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, except in the most serious cases.

The prosecutors also want to reduce several other non-drug crimes to misdemeanors from felonies, including assaulting a school teacher, administrator or school bus operator without physical harm; injuring a police dog or horse; illegal use of food stamps; and unauthorized use of a cable television or telecommunication device.

Full story:Ohio prosecutors would modify drug laws to free up prisons



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