Your Turn: Your Feedback On Rockefeller Drug Law, Stuart Moss & CSEA
Sweeping changes are proposed for the state's Rockefeller Drug Law. The plan would allow treatment and counseling for low-level offenders.
Here are some of your emails:
"I oversaw treatment at the first US prison accredited for substance abuse, then at the world's largest such program, with an initial 88% success rate. Treatment works. Jail can get you addicted to jail."
Stuart Moss, who allegedly gunned down a friend as well as the police chief of Dexter in 1987, could be released from a psychiatric facility in Syracuse.
Here's a sampling of your messages:
"What are they thinking! He will always be a threat to our community and society."
The Civil Service Employees Association says Governor Paterson's threat of layoffs won't make the union budge when it comes to renegotiating its contract.
Here's what some of you had to say:
"HURRAY FOR THE UNION!! Perhaps more should be doing the same."
Tuesday, March 11, 2014, Watertown, NY