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A report Wednesday on prison overcrowding contained an error. Nevada Supreme Court Justice James Hardesty was referring to a prison re-entry drug court program when he said only 20 inmates were participating in Clark County. The pre-incarceration drug court, a different program run in the district courts statewide, has nearly 1,400 participants.

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