Phila. Controller Says City Can Save $75M Yearly By Axing Cash Bail
Philadelphia City Controller Alan Butkovitz on Wednesday announced that the city could save $75 million every year by eliminating cash bail for low-level offenders, freeing up funds that would be spent on incarcerating the poor.
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