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Target #608

  • Aired: 11/29/1979
  • 58:40
  • Rating: NR
State representative Ed McClain discusses proposed crime legislation that would eliminate parole and create a sentencing commission. Warden of Dodge Correctional Institution Gordon Abrahamson, corrections planning analyst Austin McClendon, and Milwaukee district attorney E. Michael McCann share their favorable and dissenting opinions.
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Target #608
Target #608
A panel discusses upcoming crime legislation, including eliminating parole
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