Wyoming entered into a contract with private prison company CoreCivic and its human rights history is atrocious, ex-ACLU attorney Linda Burt writes.
Private prisons and their corporate owners have a long history of inadequate services and mistreatment of inmates.
Drug rehabilitation and probation will reduce the prison population, cut prison costs and get offenders more help than incarceration.
With high profits ahead, developers can afford to compensate state fairly for loss of treasured open spaces, other impacts
Don Burkhart once stopped a worker from jumping to his death as part of his work reducing workplace fatalities in Wyoming’s mineral industry.