To Redeem a Felon 

State laws are putting more criminals on our streets. We go inside local efforts to deal with them.

California has a serious prison problem: By 2006 the state had locked up so many people that its prison system bursting at the seams. The number of inmates in California's 33 prisons had ballooned to an all-time high of 173,000, more than…

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