(The Washington Post)
Politics
Pay to stay: Jails raise revenue by charging inmates
Cash-strapped cities across the United States have begun charging jail inmates for room and board. Lauren-Brooke Eisen of the Brennan Center for Justice and Massachusetts State Rep. Paul Heroux discuss the constitutional and practical issues with charging inmates.
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