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Federal money to help Illinois to change troubling youth prison statistic

Jul 24, 2012, Rob Wildeboer, WBEZ (Chicago Public Radio)

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn's Juvenile Justice Commission says 50 to 60 percent of the kids released from youth prisons end up going back within three years. It’s a troubling statistic, but the state is now hoping to use federal money to change it.

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