Texas Could Close Prison to Save on Inmate Health Care

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Texas legislators consider shuttering another prison and paroling some older, infirm inmates to nursing homes in a bid to shift more than $400 million toward rising health care costs and much-needed repairs and upgrades to aging corrections facilities, the Houston Chronicle reports. The state already is poised to spend more than $6.7 billion over the next two years for . . .

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