MI Accused of Reclassifying Inmates to Save Money

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The number of prisoners in costly high-security cells in Michigan's prison system has plummeted over the last 20 years, while the number of prisoners kept in less expensive, low-security housing units has soared, the Detroit Free Press reports. The statistics lend credence to claims by corrections officers that the Michigan Department of Corrections is pushing . . .

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