What?!? Private prisons suing states for millions if they don’t stay full


Private prisons sue states for millions if they don’t stay full

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In the Public Interest has reviewed more than 60 contracts between private prison companies and state and local governments across the country, and found language mentioning “quotas” for prisoners in nearly two-thirds of those contracts reviewed. Those quotas can range from a mandatory occupancy of, for example, 70 percent occupancy in California to up to 100 percent in some prisons in Arizona.

Welcome to the greatest manifestation of modern-day slavery, ladies and gentlemen.

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