NH Cites Decline in Failed Drug Tests by Prison Inmates

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The New Hampshire Department of Corrections says the number of inmates testing positive for illicit drugs has dropped markedly over the past year, reports the Concord Monitor. More than 20 percent of the total offender population had tested positive for drugs in fall 2016. Last month, the figure dropped to just below 12 percent, the department said. Corrections Commissioner William Wrenn said testing was stepped up . . .

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