S.C. Considers Privatizing Prison Health Care

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The South Carolina Corrections Department pays almost twice the national average for health care for sick inmates. Director Jon Ozmint told The Greenville News that he is considering privatization, the Associated Press reports. The system spends $56 million annually on inmate health care, 19 percent of its budget, Ozmint said. The national average is 10
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