How We See It: Going Private May Be Right Move For Jail Medical Care

Posted: March 16, 2014 at 6 a.m.

Medical care for inmates is a major expense for prisons and jails.

What’s The Point?

Privatizing medical care for jail inmates is worth a healthy discussion if it means law enforcement officers get to stay focused more on law enforcement.

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