Arkansas uses Emergency Powers Act to put Felons back on the Streets. Its about the Money

Dec 1, 2009 Full story: www.arkansasonline.com

While more than 1,500 state prison inmates take up space in county jails, hundreds of prison beds now under construction in Malvern are likely to sit empty because the state has no money to staff them, state prison officials said Monday.

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Since: Mar 08

Gillett, Arkansas

#1 Dec 1, 2009
Governor Beebe,
Instead of funneling all State and Federal Money into the States biggest expense, Socialized education, why not build cheap Prison Farms and put all convicts to work on the farms and light industry. Tents don't cost much and neither does the buckshot needed to control a chain gang.

Our Citizens Safety and Security is your number one priority. Deter Crime and the maybe you will have more citizens to sit in the classrooms.

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