9Jun 2015
Jun 9, 2015

ACH Upgrades Inmate HealthCare At Texas County Jail

Within the last few years, Texas county jails in Missouri have seen deaths of inmates which is reflective of lack of healthcare standards. Thankfully, this concern has been given an appropriate resolution. On May 21st 2015, Sheriff James Sigman officially announced the launch of a new healthcare program […]

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8May 2015
May 8, 2015

Louisiana crawfish trade in guest workers trap

Louisiana crawfish are nearing its peak season, however due to a shortage of migrants that are ready to peel them, the industry is experiencing some loss, mainly caused by foreign guest workers and Chinese imports.

This shortfall of workers, which is estimated to cost Louisiana up to $50 […]

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8May 2015
May 8, 2015

E-Cigarettes Make American Prisons Big Profits

E-Cigarettes Make American Prisons Big Profits

Prison inmates are now catching on with the craze that teens have recently been preoccupied with; vaping.

As real cigarettes are banned in federal prisons, e-cigarettes are hugely unregulated. Seven states (Alabama, Ohio, Kentucky, South Carolina, Texas, Illinois […]

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8May 2015
May 8, 2015

Taxpayers estimated to save $206,591 as inmate numbers increase

Logan County Detention Center is expected to increase its budget by $53, 750 in the 2015-2016 period, which covers mostly food costs. The county can anticipate saving $206,591 by subsidizing the jail due to the increase of state inmates. The budget for detention center I the […]

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