Ohio Prisons get $1.3M from Selling about 1,400 Dairy Cattle
Records show Ohio's prisons agency made nearly $1.3 million after selling about 1,400 dairy cattle as part of a larger effort to raise money for new rehabilitation and job-training programs for inmates.
The Columbus Dispatch reports the one-time money will go to the state Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. It's about half of the yearly cost to buy milk for the state's 50,000 prison inmates.
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