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59 federal drug felons to be released around Nov. 1 will likely end up in Indiana

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About 6,000 federal drug felons are set for early release around Nov. 1 because of new sentencing guidelines. A total of 4,131 are destined for various points in the U.S. and its territories, while the rest are expected to be deported. Here are how many inmates each state and territory can expect, according to the U.S. Justice Department. Numbers are as of Sept. 26.

Alaska: 5

Alabama: 107

Arkansas: 50

Arizona: 35

California: 229

Colorado: 42

Connecticut: 32

District of Columbia: 12

Delaware: 4

Florida: 295

Georgia: 167

Guam: 2

Hawaii: 31

Iowa: 145

Idaho: 23

Illinois: 253

Indiana: 59

Kansas: 33

Kentucky: 49

Louisiana: 60

Massachusetts: 20

Maryland: 92

Maine: 19

Michigan: 83

Minnesota: 52

Missouri: 129

Mississippi: 56

Montana: 24

North Carolina: 218

North Dakota: 23

Nebraska: 53

New Hampshire: 7

New Jersey: 21

New Mexico: 16

Nevada: 12

New York: 141

Ohio: 97

Oklahoma: 58

Oregon: 13

Pennsylvania: 97

Rhode Island: 7

Puerto Rico: 50

South Carolina: 102

South Dakota: 17

Tennessee: 150

Texas: 578

Utah: 19

Virginia: 160

Virgin Islands: 2

Vermont: 6

Washington: 39

Wisconsin: 50

West Virginia: 59

Wyoming: 28

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