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Unformatted text preview: . When there are competing companies working towards achieving the contracts from the government, there is sure to be a decrease in price. These companies would set standards for inmate care, prison safety, and staff training that the government would oversee and supervise (Congressional Budget). Another solution has been to increase the work inmates do, and require them to pay a heavy price for incarceration. The major issue with this, is human rights, and the inability to force them to cooperate. The end result of the government's intervention in the area of Public Goods and Services has been crippling. Now, without major reform, our prisons will continue to face the issue of overpopulation and inadequate budgeting. This will consistently be passed on to citizens in the form of taxes. Bibliography BOP: Federal Bureau of Prisons Web Site . Web. 19 Sept. 2010. <http://www.bop.gov/>. Congressional Budget Office - Home Page . Web. 19 Sept. 2010. <http://www.cbo.gov/>....
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