Two forces -- an aging prison population and rising health costs -- threaten to crush the state's corrections budget. Updated Apr. 1, 2012
A pair of forces are bearing down on Minnesota's corrections system: Soaring medical costs and a rapidly aging prison population.
A Corrections Department worker went over the vitals of inmate Daniel Bruneau at the Lino Lakes prison health fair on Wednesday to help educate offenders on healthier habits.
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