Fallin commutes sentences for 21 Oklahoma prisoners
When granting commutations to 21 nonviolent offenders Wednesday, Gov. Mary Fallin said there are still about 1,000 people in Oklahoma prisons for low-level drug offenses who wouldn’t be there today if State Question 780 had been in place.
“They were sent to prison before the law changed, and they will be there unless some type of action is…
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