Private Prison Industry Explored By The Nation

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In 1978, Arizona had about 3,200 inmates. Today, the total is more than 31,000 and growing, with much of the momentum attributable to the private prison lobby–which recently succeeded in getting the industry exempted from most state taxes, reports The Nation magazine. Private prison companies lure state-employed guards by offering short-term bonuses and pay raises.
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