Scott, Lawmakers would find more savings with smart reforms than privatization PDF  | Print |  E-mail

Gov. Scott's banking on saving money by relying more on privatized prisons. But a 2010 Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy report declared "there is no compelling evidence that the privatization of prisons has actually resulted in savings."

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