Wisconsin Will Move All Inmates Back Into State

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The Wisconsin Department of Corrections has returned more than 1,000 prisoners held out-of-state to Wisconsin since December to keep inmates closer to their families, Gov. Jim Doyle said yesterday. Doyle has cut the number of out-of-state inmates by 75 percent, from 3,482, since taking office in January 2003. Doyle said he hopes to eliminate the
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