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GOP lawmaker pushes ‘dignity’ measure to benefit women prisoners (access required)

A Republican lawmaker intends to introduce legislation designed to improve the dignity of incarcerated women as the Arizona Department of Corrections plans to reopen a motel-turned-prison to house a continually growing female population.

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