Divided Homeland Security Panel Backs Private Prisons

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Immigration authorities should continue holding people accused of immigration violations in for-profit prisons despite complaints about safety and other problems, a U.S. Department of Homeland Security panel has concluded, the Los Angeles Times reports. Privately run detention facilities have long attracted criticism from immigration advocates and human rights groups for poor conditions and inadequate medical care. In a report issued yesterday, the panel . . .

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