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Lawyers under the oversight of then-Attorney General of California Kamala Harris argued in 2014 against the release of nonviolent criminals because they wanted to keep them for cheap labor.

“Extending 2-for-1 credits to all minimum custody inmates at this time would severely impact fire camp participation — a dangerous outcome while California is in the middle of a difficult fire season and severe drought,” lawyers from Harris’s office wrote in a filing.

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The attorney general arrived at that stance in reaction to a chain of events following a 2011 Supreme Court decision ruling that California’s prison overcrowding was in violation of the Constitution’s cruel and unusual punishment clause.

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