Georgia Prison Reform Complicated by Pols, Public

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Georgia’s new corrections commissioner, James Donald, was appointed seven months ago with a mandate to stem the growth of the state’s inmate population and reduce the massive cost to taxpayers–$900 million a year. More than 48,000 convicted felons are imprisoned in Georgia, and the number of people locked up has more than doubled since 1993,
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