DAKOTANS BRAINSTORM ABOUT PRISON CRUNCH

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http://www.argusleader.com/news/Wednesdayarticle3.shtml A job, a house and alcohol treatment would help many criminals straighten out their lives, and government needs to help provide those things, some members of a South Dakota group seeking ways to ease prison crowding say. One subcommittee of the study group went so far as to briefly consider a temporary increase in the state sales tax. "A penny for the . . .

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