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October 30. 2013 12:05PM

Study: Inmate health care cost in NH rose 405% in just eight years


 

The study released yesterday by the Pew Charitable Trusts also says the cost of health care for New Hampshire inmates more than tripled from $2,232 per inmate in 2001 to $9,055 in 2008, the fastest growth rate in the nation.

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