Incarceration costs millions of tax dollars

Reformers emphasize the human costs and the racial inequities of mass incarcerations in the United States and Georgia. But saving taxpayer money was also a big reason state officials starting considering reforms to the criminal justice and judiciary systems. Read the complete article on the Athens Herald-Banner website.

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