Model Michigan Juvenile System Faces Budget Crisis

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The juvenile justice system in Michigan’s Wayne County is teetering toward a crisis so dire that services for troubled teens could end as soon as April, reports the Detroit News. The county this month cut the $180-million system's budget by 15 percent. Private companies that provide drug tests, counseling, tethering, and monitoring to 2,300 delinquents
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