Amendment added to ‘pay-to-stay’ repeal so millionaire killer Brooks keeps paying
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New Hampshire’s “pay-to-stay” prison law could soon become a thing of the past.
The House and Senate have both passed a bill (HB 518) to repeal the statute that allows the state prison system to charge inmates for the costs of incarceration during or after their release.
The bill has widespread nonpartisan support, having passed the House on a voice vote in February and the Senate in a voice vote on Thursday.