Kentucky Considers Return to Using Private Prisons

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As jails across Kentucky run out of beds amid a logjam of state prisoners, officials are considering a controversial return to private prisons, the Louisville Courier-Journal reports. "This is not a decision we can make overnight," said Corrections Commissioner Rodney Ballard, who toured Kentucky's vacant private prisons this summer. "All our options are still on the table . . .

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