Illinois Sues Inmates For Imprisonment Costs, Hurting Their Rehab Chances

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Illinois is suing former inmates to recoup the cost of their imprisonment, an effort intended to help fund prison operations that makes convicted felons feel a financial pinch for their crimes in addition to the time they do, reports the Chicago Tribune. Some of the lawsuits target convicted murderers or sex offenders serving lengthy prison
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