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The state’s top prosecutor warns about the impact of a “Three Strikes” law, while New Haven’s Bill Dyson pushes a new idea for counting prisoner residency.

Click here to read about the Judiciary Committee hearing on more criminal justice reforms, including four proposals for a three-strikes-and-you’re-out bill and here to read about Rep. Dyson’s idea to have prisoners counted as residents of the towns they come from, not the towns that house the prisons where they’re incarcerated. Dyson’s proposal was heard in the Appropriations Committee.