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Letter: Oregon prisons not equipped to be nursing homes


In Oregon we are holding geriatric seniors — ages 75 and older — in our prisons. They are being denied their earned Social Security benefits, causing hardships to families. This cost per family is a minimum of $200 per month, just to maintain contact.


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