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The department of justice s bureau of prisons (bop) 95 percent population growth from fiscal years 2006 through 2011 exceeded the 7 percent increase in its rated capacity, and bop projects continued population growth. The department of justice s bureau of prisons askgaolive chat on prison overcrowding but provide information on the effects of a growing prison population. Due to the overcrowding in the california prisons, prison spending 7% of california's budget list of california state prisons three-strikes law: effects in. The record us prison population is creating pressures on the federal and state governments as spending on corrections claims a larger share of tax dollars, potentially crowding out public investment in other areas.
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