Georgia To Consider Paying Inmates For Prison Work

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Georgia’s 47,000 inmates are not paid for their work. Inmates produce items like license plates, street signs, furniture, socks, and eyeglasses – that can be used only by the state. State laws bar inmates from working for private industry. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that state Rep. Alan Powell is pushing the work-for-pay idea in a
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