on February 25, 2018 .
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The proposals cover the entire gamut of the criminal justice process, ranging from apprehension and bail, through sentencing and incarceration, through release after time served. The proposals would carry forward on promised reforms to lower sentences for non-violent offenses, provide alternatives to incarceration, and allow some convictions to be expunged, McGuigan explained.
Saying he is often not in agreement with the American Civil Liberties Union, the CapitolBeatOK editor said he agreed with ACLU leaders that the reforms are both overdue and that must be “real” in impacting the state’s over-incarceration problems. Turning to health care, McGuigan said he was encouraged at a new study done for the Oklahoma Association of Health Plans that could, if acted upon, allow better care and lower costs through Medicaid reforms.