There is another attempt to change Governor Jerry Brown's prison realignment plan.
Critics say too many offenders are being released under county supervisor and that is raising the crime rate.
A new bill in the State Assembly targets parole violators. If they are re-arrested, it would allow judges to return them to state prison.
Assemblywoman Susan Talamantes (D) Stockton said, "When violent felons and high-risk sex offenders have demonstrated they will not abide by the terms of their release, a return to state prison has to be an option."
The authors of the bill would also want a better system to determine which offenders should be sent to local jails.
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