WED PM Update: Assembly unanimously passes juvenile corrections plan, sends to Senate

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-- The GOP-run Assembly today unanimously passed a new version of a juvenile corrections plan that would close Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake youth facilities by January 21, 2021.
The $80 million updated plan would include $40 million in general fund supported borrowing to help pay about 95 percent of the cost for county residential care facilities for less serious juvenile offenders.
The bill passed 95-0, and now goes to the Senate. It differs from Gov. Scott Walker's initial youth prison plan in that it would allow for the cr...

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