Unkosher: A Lie That's Costing Prisons Millions
By Torrey Sims
While the freedom of religion stretches behind prison walls, some inmates are taking advantage of the system.
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State inmates began receiving one fewer meal per day on weekends and holidays, beginning in August, but the cost-savings initiative will not reduce the amount of food served to inmates, according to corrections officials.
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