Yaroslavsky and Antonovich say proposed transition of inmates from state prison to county lockups would also add to fiscal burdens.
Los Angeles County supervisors on Tuesday condemned Sacramento’s cost-cutting decision to keep some state prisoners in local lockups and have parolees be supervised by county agencies, asserting that both would lead to an increase in crime.
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