http://www.ljworld.com/section/stateregional/story/137838 In at least five Kansas counties, prison uniforms have gone retro, regaining their iconic stripes, the Lawrence Journal-World says. Last winter, Johnson County was the latest to switch from the modern-standard orange jail uniforms, adopting the uniform of yesteryear, with 4-inch alternating stripes of white and blue. The uniform change became necessary because of the growing popularity -- primarily among teens --of orange shirts reminiscent of jail uniforms that can be purchased in some stores, said a detention . . .
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