A bill has been proposed to end life without parole sentences in Wyoming. The argument being that the state would have to pay health insurance on inmates who will never be eligible for parole.

Life without parole sentences are used in crimes such as murder and repeated sexual assaults cases. The bill proposed would give the governor the power to shorten prison terms for people facing these kind of jail sentences.

Is it in the public's best interest or safety for that matter to shorten prison terms for murders and repeated sex offenders just to save money? Can you put a price on someones safety to keep them from being murdered or sexually assaulted?

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