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Florida will privatize nearly 3,000 prison jobs

Don’t know where this will go but for sure the lawyers will be happy. Regardless of how it goes the losers are the ones that need the medical services and have no recourse for substandard medicine. Florida will privatize nearly … Continue reading

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Early Release of Non-Violent Offenders Can Be “Smart Justice”

 As I look back on this legislative initiative, it strikes me as absolutely predictable. You only have to look at the topic which was early release of non-violent felons and you can tell who is going to take what side. … Continue reading

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New population pool to fill the jails and prisons of the nation

I think that history will record that Osama Ben Laden has won the war on terrorism. Whereas the drama and trauma of the attack on the Twin Towers in New York may have had a horrendous impact on the national … Continue reading

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Florida planning additional prison privatization

It seems as if no sooner than one projected prison privatization scheme gets sidetracked than the state of Florida has another shoe to drop. Only this time it is paired with an effort to privatize the health services as well. … Continue reading

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