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Credit for good behavior

Prisoners could get seven days of credit for good behavior each year of his or her sentence with this law – with the credits being deducted from the sentence to allow for early release.
For example, an inmate serving a 10-year sentence who earns the maximum credits each year could be released 70 days early. This change could save $414 million in the next 10 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

Additionally, the law expands eligibility for elderly or terminally ill prisoners to secure compassionate release.
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