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Arizonans in support of State Representative Cecil Ash's proposed Prison Sentencing Reform Bills

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To:  RepresentativesTom Chabin, Eddie Farnsworth, Doris Goodale, Albert Hale, Jack Harper, David Barnell-Smith, Anna Tovar, Ted Vogt

Representative Cecil Ash was appointed Chair of the House Interim Committee on Prison Sentencing Reform. This week he will present the proposed bill reforms to your Judiciary committee. The Bills numbers are HCR2025, HB 2374, HB 2648, HB 2664, HB2380 and HB 2378.  In many cases in Arizona we have “required” sentencing statutes, while well-intentioned, have sometimes been too severe, and caused more of an injustice than justice. Many judges agree.

In AZ we are incarcerating too many non violent people in our prisons who would do better on probation or home arrest. Some would do better receiving substance abuse treatment than be in prison. All these inmates are costing the taxpayers of Arizona almost $1 Billion per year (and rising).

Rep. Ash will present Bills that would dramatically reform sentencing statutes and save Arizona tax payers millions of dollars. By signing this petition we are showing our support for Rep. Ash's proposed Bills and we urge you to hear these bills before the deadline of Friday, February 18, 2011.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to "We The People" of Arizona!


A group of concerned Tax Payers of Arizona wanting prison reform in order to save the State millions of dollars.


If you are a registered voter in the State of AZ please consider signing this petition.  We are in great need of prison sentencing reform in Arizona.  Rep. Cecil Ash has done extensive research on this matter.  He has proposed 6 different Bills that will amend sentencing statues thereby saving taxpayers in Arizona millions of dollars.  Please e-mail this petition info. onto as many fellow Arizonans as you can.  I will print out all the signatures on Thursday evening (2/17) and then take them up to the State Capitol building to present to the Judiciary Committee, first thing on Friday morning (2/18).
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