More than 2 million behind bars in U.S.

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More than two million inmates were behind bars in the United States for the first time in mid-2002, says a new federal report. The U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics says that state and federal facilities held 1,355,748 prisoners and municipal and county jails an additional 665,475. The jail population rose 5.4 percent in the year
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