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Looking for Savings, (Illinois Gov. Pat) Quinn Has a Good Idea

Oct 2, 2011, James Warren, New York Times

Locking up juvenile offenders isn’t working. What is working, both here and nationally, are community-based rehabilitation alternatives to punishment and isolation, notably with nonviolent offenders, where local agencies devoted to child services and treatment rule.

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