How PA Hopes To Save $108M Via Justice Reinvestment

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More than $2 billion was allocated this year to operate Pennsylvania state correctional institutions. State officials are hoping to use a process known as justice reinvestment to reduce that cost and put those savings into programs that will help stop crime before it starts, reports The Sentinel in Pennsylvania's Carlisle and Cumberland counties. “This . . .

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