Md. Critics Want D.C. To Close Juvenile Facility

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Some Maryland critics would like the District of Columbia to close Oak Hill, its juvenile detention center in suburban Maryland. The Baltimore Sun says that after two decades of criticism, the capital’s government has agreed to the appointment of an independent arbiter with power over the fate of the 208-bed facility. If arbiter Grace M.
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