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Sat June 2, 2012
Wyoming continues to be among the leaders in kids behind bars
Wyoming imprisons more juvenile offenders than just about any other state. Part of the reason has to do with the lack of funding to find alternatives to jail and the other has to do with the law enforcement philosophy in a particular community. Lawmakers have been reluctant to take a firm stand on the issue. In a story first prepared for the program State of the Union, Laura Starcheski reports.