|269 Inmates, 252 Beds: Future Uncertain For 17 Vermont Inmates In Pennsylvania|
|By digital.vpr.net- Taylor Dobbs|
Earlier in June, 269 Vermont inmates moved from a private prison in Michigan to a Pennsylvania prison called Camp Hill, but the unit they were placed in can only hold 252 inmates. Advocates say that could be bad news for the 17 Vermont inmates who are now separated from the rest.
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“J-Unit has 252 beds, and that has been nominated sort of as Vermont's unit,” says Anna Stevens, the outreach director for Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform.
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