Carl ToersBijns 
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Re: “Smith Speaks: "It's Gut-Check Time"

Much better at answering the question that Doug Ducey whose eyes glaze over every time he is asked an important question that is not about him.

Posted by Carl ToersBijns on 07/17/2014 at 11:22 AM

Re: “DeConcini No Longer on Private Prison Company Board of Directors

Regardless of what is written or said in this or any other article, this statement speaks on its own merits. The man cares where his name is used and how it is represented. I can't flaw him for that as it means he has integrity and wants to remain that way. Politics being politics, some will claim a victory while others simply "move on" and stay on the straight and narrow as much as you can these days while engaged in politics. It is a win win for everybody this man has scruples. Don't read too much into this. He might have simply said enough is enough and is seeking tranquil waters.

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Posted by Carl ToersBijns on 05/12/2014 at 3:44 PM

Re: “AFSC Poll: Arizona Voters Approve Incarceration Alternatives, Disaprove of Corrections Spending

Substantial research conducted to show how Arizona can do better with their money. Now let's see if the powers-elect pay attention and actually support the voters in their quest for better spending of their money and re-direct on educational and other resources needed within our community.

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Posted by Carl ToersBijns on 05/08/2013 at 12:07 PM

Re: “A Nationwide Story About Mental Health That Smells Local

Edit on comment replace deinstitutionalization of state prisons to read state hospitals...

Posted by Carl ToersBijns on 09/06/2011 at 11:43 AM

Re: “A Nationwide Story About Mental Health That Smells Local

Great read and well worth the time to educate and build awareness into the problem of criminalizing the mentally ill because of deinstitutionalization of state prisons putting the burden of treatment on jails and prisons not funded or staffed for such challenges. In time, this will have to be done as population growth require imminent action plans to handle this problem and condition within our incarcerated populations. Taxpayers should be aware of the expensive costs associated among this clientele thus should consider alternatives to incarceration to reduce costs associated with treatment AND prison costs.. the clock is ticking

Posted by Carl ToersBijns on 09/06/2011 at 11:41 AM

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