Prison Expansion Skews Census-Driven Aid Allotment

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A two-decade boom of prison building has put so many facilities in small, rural counties that inmates now make up a significant portion of some of those areas’ populations and are skewing decisions on state and local aid and other matters determined by census counts, reports the Washington Post. “The New Landscape of Imprisonment,” a
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