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Alison Lawrence

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National Conference of State Legislatures

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National Conference of State Legislatures

7700 East First Place

Denver, Colorado,80230

United States

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NCSL is a bipartisan organization that serves the legislators and staffs of the states, commonwealths and territories. It provides research, technical assistance and opportunities for policymakers to exchange ideas on the most pressing state issues and is an e...more

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Growing use of 'synthetic pot' worries parents, authorities | Mountain Island Monitor

www.mountainislandweekly.com [cached]

Alison Lawrence, a policy analyst with the National Conference of State Legislatures, said the challenge in creating a ban is accurately defining the chemical that acts like an amphetamine.
A slight change in the chemical makeup creates a different product, and states that have enacted bans have identified at least seven categories of synthetic cannabinoids. Ten states have banned the chemicals, including Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky, and four other states have enacted administrative bans of the products, Lawrence said. Though research in humans is lacking, animal studies indicate that the potency of the synthetic hallucinogens can vary widely, Lawrence said.


www.vnews.com

Last year, Maryland, North Dakota and Oklahoma gave judges more discretion to exempt some people from mandatory minimums, according to Alison Lawrence of the National Conference of State Legislatures.


www.theledger.com

Last year, Maryland, North Dakota and Oklahoma gave judges more discretion to exempt some people from mandatory minimums, according to Alison Lawrence of the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Last year, Maryland, North Dakota and Oklahoma gave judges more discretion to exempt some people from mandatory minimums, according to Alison Lawrence of the National Conference of State Legislatures.States are also looking to get people who are already in the criminal-justice system out faster and to help them transition back into society while on parole.One option is "presumptive parole," which means presuming that inmates are eligible for parole, rather than requiring them to persuade parole boards to release them, an approach Mississippi adopted in 2015.


www.redding.com

"The idea is that you can at least get a face-to-face interview and be considered on merit, not on your record," said Alison Lawrence, a senior policy specialist on criminal justice for the National Conference of State Legislatures.


www.thekansan.com

Alison Lawrence, a senior policy specialist at the NCSL, said many states are caught in the push and pull of budget constraints and constituents seeking tougher penalties for criminals.
Page 2 of 2 - Few states have passed comprehensive adjustments to their sentencing guidelines, she said, but those that have seen major prison population drops include Georgia, which passed a comprehensive raft of legislation in 2012, and California, which was forced to reform sentencing guidelines by a federal court order in 2011.


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