MI Creates 30-Member Unit To Monitor Nearly 200 Prison Services Contracts

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The Michigan Department of Corrections, which was at the center of a controversy over problems with its former food contractor, is setting up a 30-person unit to monitor the department's private contracts for the supply of food, medical treatment and other services, reports the Detroit Free Press. Though privatization is on the rise in state
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