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Reforming Youth Incarceration in West Virginia

Written by Ted Boettner, Diego Villabos on August 19, 2016

While the rest of the country is experiencing sharp declines in youth confined to correctional and residential facilities, West Virginia confines a higher share of its youth than almost any state in the nation.

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