It is the cardinal sin of the American health system in a single surgery: save on preventive care, pay big on the backend, and let the chronically sick and underprivileged feel the extreme consequences.
To pay off fines and other debts, inmates in Mississippi’s little-known restitution centers must work grueling low-wage jobs, pay rent and endure strip searches. Caught between prison and freedom, they often don’t know when they’ll get to go home.
Understaffed and underfunded, Mississippi’s Parchman prison has received media attention for its grisly violence, gang control and subhuman living conditions. Lawmakers have known about these issues for years, and have done nothing to fix it.
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