Reporter Tennessee Watson sits down to discuss her recent investigation and episode for the national podcast Reveal.
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Low staffing at the Wyoming State Penitentiary and the Wyoming Women’s Center could jeopardize safety, prison director Bob Lampert told lawmakers Thursday.
Last year inmates spent two months on average in jails after sentencing, awaiting a prison bed and losing opportunities to reduce time with good behavior.
The Judiciary Committee advanced a suggestion brought by the farming and ranching lobby that will make it easier to prosecute the public for trespassing.
Outside experts have found targeted solutions to Wyoming’s incarceration crisis. But will legislators move them forward?