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president Obama's push to hard prison time for nonviolent offenders running into trouble on Capitol Hill police groups are crying foul and lining up for a fight their fear interpreters are released early ninety will go back you're breaking the law creating a new problem for cops on the beat Julia Edwards is following the story flippers profession backing and White House efforts to lower the federal prison population argument prisoners will be released from federal press , local facilities , lingering bad blood between Obama and police over the recent deaths of unarmed young men from Ferguson to Baltimore is complicating the president's ability to get law enforcement support the white house's backing a bill in Congress that would abolish mandatory federal senators personnel nonviolent offenders obamacare releasing those inmates would bring up some of the eighty billion dollars a year that to keep them behind bars but that bill as Britain does not allocate any of that dating back to Cali national certification fighting back against that and is lobbying members and that I'll , lawmakers including Republicans rand Paul and house speaker John Boehner have been supporting the effort by Obama mass incarceration makes our country worthwhile , but if the president doesn't win over police first he could find himself locked out on Capitol Hill