Sentinel Source - Private prisons are out, but corrections issues remain in the Granite State
In nixing the idea when the consequences of such a move became clear, the state showed a commitment to public safety, inmate treatment and the societal benefit of working to cut down the state’s incarcerated population. We’re better for it.
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