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Oklahoma halfway house contract canceled after inmate death

Oklahoma's prison system has struggled for years with overcrowded and dilapidated prisons, many of which were originally designed as hospitals or youth homes. Allbaugh last month told state lawmakers he wants to triple the agency's budget despite the ...

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Sean Murphy, Associated Press Updated 5:56 pm, Monday, December 4, 2017

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