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Monday, 19 September 2011


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Farrah D. Reed


"Georgia operates the fifth-largest prison system in the nation, at a cost of $1 billion a year. The job of overseeing 60,000 inmates and 150,000 felons on probation consumes 1 of every 17 state dollars."

Farrah D. Reed

Maybe if our tax dollars were spent on education and rehabilitation we wouldn't have so many folks locked up in the first place!

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