Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed another executive order granting the early release of around 1,200 prisoners in an effort to slow transmission of COVID-19. Signed Tuesday, the order applies to prisoners who are already up for release in the next four months or eligible for home detention. Priority goes to nonviolent offenders who are at least 60 years old, are medically vulnerable and have a record of good behavior. Prisoners must be examined for COVID-19 symptoms before their parole is approved, and inmates convicted of sex crimes are not eligible. “To mitigate the effects of the spread of COVID-19 and protect
Speaking at a rally in Marshalltown, Iowa, Democrat presidential primary candidate Elizabeth Warren demanded that men who identify as women and are incarcerated should be placed in female prisons.