HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania’s state Senate is attempting to overhaul how probation is handled, in an effort to clamp down on people being stuck on an endless probation cycle or being sent back to jail for minor violations. Today’s 46-4 vote sends the bill to the House of Representatives, where a previous Senate bill died without a vote last year. The bill limits the length of probation sentences and the circumstances under which a nonviolent offender on probation can be sent to jail, part of a nationwide reconsideration of probation and parole measures. Pennsylvania is among the states with the highest rates of people under community supervision, according to federal statistics.