You won’t often hear politicians stumping for prison reform on the campaign trail.  After all, it’s a lot easier to feel sympathy with children languishing in underfunded and underperforming schools than it is to feel sympathy for adult criminals.  But Georgia boasts high rates of incarceration both in its prisons and jails, which has become a major issue especially in poor communities where drug use is rampant. 

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