Federal Prison Officials Get Bonuses Despite Lawsuit

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The U.S. Bureau of Prisons paid $2 million in bonuses to top administrators and wardens in the past three years while the agency was confronting persistent overcrowding, sub-par inmate medical care, chronic staffing shortages and a lurid sexual harassment lawsuit that engulfed its largest institution, USA Today reports. The awards ranged from $7,000 paid . . .

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