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The Reporter By Melissa Murphy "I am accepting the new me." "The new me is not scared or afraid of taking on new challenges," said Ashland Ti...
Governing By Charles Chieppo There's no doubt that privatization can save money and provide other benefits. But it can just as easily turn into ...
The Des Moines Register By Kathy A. Bolten Deb Theeler spent 52 months in prison in the early 2000s — only to find out when she was paroled that...
The Times Herald “He who opens a school door, closes a prison,” said French author Victor Hugo. Perhaps it’s not an apples and oranges compariso...
U.S. Department of Justice The Justice Department announced today that it will award grants totaling $53 million to 45 jurisdictions, to reduce rec...
Portland Tribune By Peter Korn Robert Lyday never even made it past the sidewalk in front of the Old Town Greyhound bus station. He’d been re...
Pacific Daily News By Jerick Sablan Experts visited the island to assist the Superior Court of Guam in implementing a program to help keep ...
Trussville Tribune By Tribune Staff JEFFERSON COUNTY – The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles hosted an open house Monday at the state’s first...
The New York Times By Mark Obbie Rick Plowman’s business, installing suspended ceilings in offices, schools and hotels, could use new blood. But...
Missoulian By Vince Devlin POLSON – Michael Batista, the director of the Montana Department of Corrections, likes the story, even if it wasn...