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Retired Reps. find new lobbying jobs with former campaign contributor  Center for Responsive Politics

New through the Revolving Door, former Reps Ileana Ros-Lehtinen & Lamar Smith got decades of campaign funds from their new employer, lobbying firm Akin ...

Center for Responsive Politics
Zacks Investment Research Reduced Corecivic (CXW) to Hold  BharataPress

Zacks Investment Research lowered shares of Corecivic (NYSE:CXW) from a buy rating to a hold rating in a research note released on Tuesday morning.

The cold hard facts about America's private prison system  Fox News

The private prison business is booming, thanks to American taxpayers. And the economics are on the side of keeping as many people as possible in prison, ...

Fox News
The True History of America's Private Prison Industry  TIME

Before founding the Corrections Corporation of America, a $1.8 billion private prison corporation now known as CoreCivic, Terrell Don Hutto ran a cotton ...

Investigative Journalist Aims To Expose Ills Of Privately Run Prisons  NPR

American Prison is the remarkable story of a journalist who spent four months working as a corrections officer — and a horrifying exposé of how prisoners are ...

Centene Subsidiary Selected To Provide Comprehensive Medical Services To Arizona Department Of Corrections  PRNewswire

ST. LOUIS, Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Centene Corporation (NYSE:CNC) announced today that Arizona's Department of Corrections has notified Centurion ...

Today It Locks Up Immigrants. But CoreCivic's Roots Lie in the Brutal Past of America's Prisons.  Mother Jones

In 2015, I spent four months working undercover as a guard at a medium-security Louisiana prison run by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) with the ...

Mother Jones
CCA changes name to CoreCivic amid ongoing scrutiny  The Tennessean

Amid continuing scrutiny of the private prison industry, Nashville-based Corrections Corporation of America is changing its name to CoreCivic.

The Tennessean
The Corrections Corporation of America, by the Numbers  Mother Jones

Read Mother Jones reporter Shane Bauer's firsthand account of his four months spent working as a guard at a corporate-run prison in Louisiana.

Mother Jones
The Dickensian Conditions of Life in a For-Profit Lockup  The New York Times

To write “American Prison,” the prizewinning reporter Shane Bauer spent four months undercover at a privately run Louisiana prison. What he found was ...

The New York Times
Stock Review: Checking in on the Levels for Packaging Corporation of America (PKG)  Preston Business Review

Investors might be looking to focus on some longer-term indicators on shares of Packaging Corporation of America (PKG). The 100-day moving average verse ...

Preston Business Review
CoreCivic prison operator to relocate, sells Nashville headquarters for $12.6M  The Tennessean

CoreCivic, a major U.S. private prison operator, sold its Nashville corporate headquarters for $12.6 million in preparation for a move to a Brentwood building ...

The Tennessean
Is Corrections Corp. of America (CXW) Outperforming Other Finance Stocks This Year?  Zacks.com

Investors focused on the Finance space have likely heard of Corrections Corp. of America (CXW - Free Report) , but is the stock performing well in comparison to ...

For-profit prisons strongly approve of bipartisan criminal justice reform bill  Center for Responsive Politics

The nation's largest for-profit federal prison contractors weighed in on the FIRST STEP Act, and they appear to be happy with it.

Center for Responsive Politics
Improving Safety at American Plant Food Locations  CropLife

Managers of small and large fertilizer blending locations find ResponsibleAg audit process simple and helpful. Whether responsible for three employees or 20, ...

Nashville council asks city to not invest pension fund in private prisons  The Tennessean

The Nashville Metro Council voted Tuesday to ask a city board to stop investing money from its employee pension fund in privately-operated prisons — and to ...

The Tennessean
Prison company CoreCivic buys Baltimore office building  Nashville Business Journal

Nashville-based CoreCivic Inc. is continuing to diversify beyond the prison industry, paying $242 million this week for a government office building in Baltimore.

Nashville Business Journal
Private Prison Giant CoreCivic Manipulates Montana Into Renewing Its Contract  ACLU

In November 2017, Gov. Steve Bullock convened a special legislative session to fix Montana's $75 million budget deficit. The executive and legislative branches ...

City Officials Want to Divest In Private Prisons  NewsChannel5.com

Two Metro council members are calling on the city's Employee Benefits Board to divest in a private prison company headquartered in Nashville.

Trading Drill Down:: What's Going on With Shares of Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (NYSE:LH)?  Zeeland Press

An important idea when dealing with technical analysis is that historical stock price movements tend to repeat. Technical analysis focuses on chart patterns.

Zeeland Press
The private prison industry, explained  The Week Magazine

The federal government was phasing out private prisons until the Trump administration took office. Why the reversal? Here's everything you need to know:.

The Week Magazine
Sue Binder's New Book Explores Corrections Corporation of America, For-Profit Prisons in Colorado  Westword

Sue Binder's quarrel with the private prison giant Corrections Corporation of America began shortly after she started to work at one of CCA's cut-rate hoosegows ...

Prisons, privatization and profit  American City & County

Constrained correctional budgets have local leaders looking for solutions, but is privatization really the best option?

American City & County
Gangs, insufficient staffing plague troubled Tennessee private prison, state audit finds  The Tennessean

Staffing and vacancy data at the largest private prison in Tennessee cannot be trusted, according to a scathing state audit that raises new questions about ...

The Tennessean
An undercover reporter's new book is a harrowing look inside a Louisiana private prison  The Advocate

Shane Bauer's "American Prison" takes an unprecedented look into America's private prison system.

The Advocate
Trump's Executive Order Rewards Private Prison Campaign Donors  Center For American Progress

In April, the Trump administration launched a zero-tolerance immigration policy that subjects everyone who crosses the border without prior authorization to ...

Center For American Progress
"CoreCivic": New Name, Same For-Profit Prison Greed  Huffington Post

The for-profit prison industry is in trouble. Bernie Sanders came out against it in the presidential primaries last year, and Hillary Clinton soon joined...

Huffington Post
Down Under, More Humane Private Prisons  The New York Times

Australia and New Zealand contract with companies to design and manage facilities and reward the companies financially if their prisoners' recidivism rates fall.

The New York Times
Escapes, Riots and Beatings. But States Can’t Seem to Ditch Private Prisons.  The New York Times

Despite large-scale failures, states that try to swear off the use of private prisons find few alternatives.

The New York Times
Why Corrections Corporation of America Broke Out a 60% Gain Today  The Motley Fool

One of the more curious results of Tuesday's Presidential Election is the explosive breakouts at for-profit prison companies Corrections Corporation of America ...

The Motley Fool
Is Tennessee ready to drop private prisons? Despite problems, drastic change unlikely  The Tennessean

Despite fiery rhetoric and a procedural wrist slap, Tennessee lawmakers are unlikely to end the state's longstanding relationship with private prisons.

The Tennessean
Why are for-profit US prisons subjecting detainees to forced labor?  The Guardian

Private prisons have for years enriched themselves by exploiting detained immigrant labor. They must be held accountable.

The Guardian
Scott Walker has jailed African Americans at nation's highest rate, spent more on prisons than university system  Wisconsin Gazette

Scott Walker has spent 25 years charting a dangerous, racist course on corrections policy in the state of Wisconsin, singularly serving as the politician most ...

Wisconsin Gazette
He Worked Undercover in a For-Profit Prison and It Got Ugly  The Daily Beast

When Shane Bauer went to work for a private, for-profit prison in Louisiana, he expected to find bad conditions, but he was utterly unprepared for just how awful ...

The Daily Beast
Corrections Corporation Of America: Likely To Lose A Key Contract Worth 16% Of Revenue, 35% Of EBIT  Seeking Alpha

I believe CXW is likely to lose a key contract with ICE that was 15.8% of revenue for the nine months ended 3/31/16. I believe the impact to EBIT will be even g.

Seeking Alpha
For Private Prisons, Detaining Immigrants Is Big Business  The New York Times

A surging inmate population in the 1980s led to a boom in for-profit prisons. Today, privately run prisons have become the government's default detention ...

The New York Times
Why I Sold Corrections Corporation of America  Motley Fool

Private prisons might not be the sexiest industry, but when you can provide space for inmates at a fraction of the price of the government, you have a good ...

Motley Fool
‘American Prison,’ by Shane Bauer  San Francisco Chronicle

At age 63, Dave Bacle was making $9 an hour as a guard at the Winn Correctional Center, a prison in Louisiana run by the Corrections Corporation of America.

San Francisco Chronicle
My Four Months as a Private Prison Guard: A Mother Jones Investigation  Mother Jones

Have you ever had a riot?” I ask a recruiter from a prison run by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA). “The last riot we had was two years ago,” he says ...

Mother Jones
Private Tallahatchie prison to house 1350 federal detainees  Mississippi Today

Nashville-based CoreCivic announced earlier this month that it had entered a new, two-year contract with the U.S. Marshals *Service* beginning June 14.

Mississippi Today
Shane Bauer goes back to prison, comes out with a new book  San Francisco Chronicle

Depending on how you look at it, Oakland journalist Shane Bauer is either the most or least likely person to be investigating…

San Francisco Chronicle
Private prisons reach deal with women forced to show tampons  The Tennessean

An agreement has been reached between the nation's largest private prison operator and female visitors who said they had to undergo strip searches to prove ...

The Tennessean
One winner under Trump: The private prison industry  CBS News

The U.S. prison population has been falling for several years, reaching its lowest imprisonment rate since 1997, amid a sharp decline in violent crime. But that ...

CBS News
Sued for $40M in toddler's death, Eloy cancels 'middleman' deal with ICE detention center in Texas  TucsonSentinel.com

Faced with a $40 million lawsuit in the death of a migrant toddler, Eloy.

Recovery coaches, training get established Waldo County to combat opioid epidemic  PenBayPilot.com

BELFAST — Volunteers of America Northern New England and the Waldo County Sheriff's Office are recruiting volunteers to train to become part of the newly ...

Securities Class Action Complaint Against CoreCivic Upheld  Correctional News

The complaint, filed on March 13, 2017, contends that CoreCivic allegedly violated of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 by engaging in a scheme to defraud ...

Correctional News
CCA announces ICE contract extension  The Tennessean

Corrections Corporation of America, a Nashville-based operator of prisons and detention centers, has extended a contract with Immigration and Customs ...

The Tennessean
Recovery coaches, training gets established Waldo County to combat opioid epidemic  PenBayPilot.com

BELFAST — Volunteers of America Northern New England and the Waldo County Sheriff's Office are looking to the community to recruit volunteers to train to ...

Is PolyCon A Real Private Prison Company? 'Orange Is The New Black' Season 6 Is A Little Too Real  Bustle

The characters of Orange Is The New Black have been under the thumb of the Management & Correction Corporation since Season 3, but Season 6 brings forth ...

Prison Company Tied To Deadly Mississippi Riot Has Allegedly Shady Past  Business Insider

The CCA Mississippi prison where Sunday's riot broke out CCA The company that owns the Mississippi prison for illegal immigrants where a Sunday night riot ...

Business Insider
Federal audit blasts Nashville-based CoreCivic, US Marshals  The Tennessean

Safety at a major federal prison in Kansas was repeatedly jeopardized by under-staffing and general lack of oversight by the U.S. Marshal *Service* and prison ...

The Tennessean
Review: 'American Prison,' by Shane Bauer  Minneapolis Star Tribune

Americans like to think of our country as the land of the free — but that's not the case for everyone: More than 2 million Americans are in jails or prisons in the ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune
A Stray Email Exposes a Prison Company's Rebranding Efforts  Mother Jones

CoreCivic, the private prison company formerly known as the Corrections Corporation of America, has been working with a communications firm that boasts an ...

Mother Jones
CoreCivic, formerly CCA, rebounds on Clinton defeat  The Tennessean

Donald Trump's win gave new life to embattled prison operator CoreCivic, the Nashville-based company formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America.

The Tennessean
FACT CHECK: Drug Law Lobbying by Corrections Corporation of America  snopes.com

The quote used by a popular meme about cannabis legalization and for-profit prisons is accurate, but its context is not.

For-profit immigration prisons are booming under Trump  Thinknum Media

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spend upwards of $2 billion a year on facilities like those run by GEO group, a private-prison company that runs ...

Thinknum Media
As immigration debate rages, private prisons spread campaign cash  Las Cruces Sun-News

In New Mexico, since late 2016 at least, Democratic elected officials have emerged as the big winners in the contest for private prison operator dollars.

Las Cruces Sun-News
Kansas wants private prison company to build Lansing replacement  Wichita Eagle

Kansas plans to have a private prison company build a replacement for Lansing. It would pay for the project by leasing the new prison from the firm.

Wichita Eagle
American Prison Documents a Journalist's Time Undercover in Prison  Nashville Scene

As a prison guard, Shane Bauer saw scenes that came straight from hell. Inmates stabbed each other. They lit fires to protest their conditions. They endured the ...

Nashville Scene
Solutions to Fight Private Prisons' Power Over Immigration Detention  Center For American Progress

For-profit private prison companies have been showering members of Congress and organizations related to President Donald Trump with campaign cash, ...

Center For American Progress
Private prison stocks are spiking  CNBC

Corrections Corporation of America shares extended their gains Tuesday on word that a Texas facility would extend their contract. Shares spiked Monday after ...

Why is a Florida for-profit prison company backing bipartisan criminal justice reform?  Tampa Bay Times

A bipartisan push in Congress backed by President Donald Trump to slow America's rising prison population has a puzzling supporter: A Florida-based for-profit ...

Tampa Bay Times
How Do CNH Industrial NV (NYSE:CNHI) and Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (NYSE:LH) Stack Up In Terms of Value?  MTL News

CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE:CNHI) currently has a Value Composite score of 28. Similarly, the Value Composite Two (VC2) is calculated with the same ratios, but ...

MTL News
Arizona awards 20-year private-prison contract to only bidder  azcentral.com

The state of Arizona officially awarded a private-prison expansion contract Wednesday, with financial guarantees to Corrections Corporation of America.

Lawmakers delay Tennessee prison authorization; CoreCivic acknowledges $2 million in fines in 2018  The Tennessean

Although House lawmakers moved a step closer to changing a bill in order to provide less oversight for public and private prisons in Tennessee, a final vote was ...

The Tennessean
Oil-Dri Corporation of America (NYSE:ODC) & Equillium, Inc. (NasdaqGM:EQ) Valuation at a Glance  Andover Caller

Oil-Dri Corporation of America (NYSE:ODC) currently has a Value Composite score of 34. Similarly, the Value Composite Two (VC2) is determined with the ...

Andover Caller
America's Biggest Private Prison Company Let Inmates Kill Each Other, Lawsuit Claims  The Daily Beast

Drug-running guards for the Corrections Corporation of America allegedly let gangs build weapons and line up before Oklahoma's deadliest prison riot.

The Daily Beast
Prisons vying for Vermont’s inmates have troubled pasts  vtdigger.org

Laurel Harry, superintendent of the Pennsylvania state prison at Camp Hill, gives VTDigger a tour of the facility. File photo by Jasper Craven/VTDigger. The two ...

State employees’ group: No more private prisons in Tennessee  The Tennessean

The association representing state employees wants Tennessee to stop using private prisons, a call that comes after the U.S. Department of Justice announced ...

The Tennessean
CoreCivic investigating ex-officer's allegations of negligent deaths at private prison  The Tennessean

Private prison operator CoreCivic will investigate allegations levied Tuesday by a former correctional officer about her time at the largest private prison in the ...

The Tennessean
Trump's Win Gives Stocks in Private Prison Companies a Reprieve  The New York Times

In the market rally after Donald J. Trump was elected president, two big beneficiaries were operators of prisons and immigration detention centers.

The New York Times
CCA to cut staff amid restructuring  The Tennessean

CCA plans to layoff as many as 55 full-time positions as part of a cost-cutting plan and company restructuring, the company announced Tuesday.

The Tennessean
Idaho Department of Correction Faces Overcrowding Crisis  Correctional News

Due to rampant bed shortages throughout the state's prisons and jails, the Idaho Department of Correction (IDOC) has moved an additional 56 male inmates to ...

Correctional News
Nurse sues prison operator, says inmate threw boiling urine on her  Jackson Clarion Ledger

A nurse is accusing the operators of the privately run Wilkinson County Correctional Center in Woodville of negligence for not properly protecting her, alleging ...

Jackson Clarion Ledger
Private Prison Company Lobbies Vermont Officials to Build Proposed Facility  Seven Days

Private prison company CoreCivic, formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America, is already angling to build the 925-bed prison that Gov. Phil Scott's ...

Seven Days
Inside a Private Prison: Blood, Suicide and Poorly Paid Guards  The New York Times

A trial in Mississippi provides a rare glimpse into a world where mistreatment of inmates is commonplace, at a time when the Trump administration wants to ...

The New York Times
U.S. teachers' union urges pensions to cut investment in private...  Reuters

BOSTON (Reuters) - A labor union representing American teachers on Friday urged pension funds to cut their exposure to investment firms that have funneled ...

Trump's Immigration Crackdown Is a Boom Time for Private Prisons  Mother Jones

Hardline immigration policies put in place by President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have inspired more than just fear and panic in ...

Mother Jones
Kentucky Reopens Contract With Troubled Private Prison Company  89.3 WFPL

Kentucky is re-entering into a contract with a private prison company, nearly a decade after the state abandoned the organization amid allegations of sexual ...

89.3 WFPL
Who Profits From Our Prison System?  The Nation.

Mapping the corporations and firms with stakes in our jails, prisons, and immigrant-detention centers.

The Nation.
Walmart Inc. (NYSE:WMT) & Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) Valuation at a Glance  Richland Standard

Walmart Inc. (NYSE:WMT) currently has a Value Composite score of 38. Similarly, the Value Composite Two (VC2) is calculated with the same ratios, but adds ...

Richland Standard
Inside a private prison’s $150M deal to detain immigrants in New Mexico  Reveal

Just shy of his third year in the United States, 24-year-old oil pipeline worker Diego Navarro said goodbye to his California friends. It was early April, and the ...

Corrections Corporation of America cleared in Idaho prison scandal  The Spokesman Review

BOISE – Federal prosecutors on Wednesday declined to file criminal charges of fraud or public corruption in connection with Idaho's controversial private prison ...

The Spokesman Review
Under Mr. Trump, Private Prisons Thrive Again  The New York Times

Few profited more immediately from Donald Trump's election than the private-prison industry. On Nov. 9, the day after Mr. Trump won, the Corrections ...

The New York Times
The Feds Just Slammed One of the Country's Biggest Private Prison Companies—Once Again  Mother Jones

On Tuesday, the Justice Department slammed the private prison company CoreCivic and the US Marshals *Service* for poor oversight and severe understaffing at ...

Mother Jones
Tenn. prison privatization offers innovative solutions  The Commercial Appeal

CoreCivic has established a legacy of innovation, making commitments to inmate education and re-entry.

The Commercial Appeal
Inside the administration's $1 billion deal to detain Central American asylum seekers  The Washington Post

DILLEY, Tex. — As Central Americans surged across the U.S. border two years ago, the Obama administration skipped the standard public bidding process and ...

The Washington Post
Even After Rebranding, Nashville-Based CCA Says Corrections Will Remain Core To Its Business  WPLN

Corrections Corporation of America is rebranding, but officials say they're not abandoning the company's core business. Despite heightened criticism of for.

How for-profit prisons have become the biggest lobby no one is talking about  Washington Post

Several industries have become notorious for the millions they spend on influencing legislation and getting friendly candidates into office: Big Oil, Big Pharma ...

Washington Post
Private prison stocks collapse after Justice Department promises to phase them out  The Washington Post

The Justice Department on Thursday announced that it will end the use of private prisons, which currently house more than 22,000 federal prisoners, or about 12 ...

The Washington Post
Company that operated Idaho prison violated inmates’ rights, but no need to pay  The Spokesman-Review

A federal jury says private prison company CoreCivic had a long-standing custom of understaffing an Idaho prison, and that the company was deliberately ...

The Spokesman-Review
Idaho to take over privately-run state prison  USA TODAY

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho's governor says the corrections department will take over operation of the largest privately-run prison in the state after more than a ...

Who Owns Private Prisons? Most Likely, You!  Triple Pundit

By Amy Orr. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been on the receiving end of public scrutiny for its controversial holdings in America's two largest private ...

Triple Pundit
Corrections Corp. of America Stock: Value Play or Value Trap?  TheStreet.com

Shares of prison operator Corrections Corp. of America (CXW - Get Report) have fallen off a cliff, so some investors may be wondering whether the stock is now ...

Private prison official: Bonuses were paid for cutting costs  The Spokesman-Review

A former regional manager for private prison company Corrections Corporation of America says top employees at a private prison in Idaho were given yearly ...

The Spokesman-Review
Beware Academics Aiming to Centrally Plan Your Buying Habits  RealClearMarkets

Let's be clear that trade isn't war. It's the opposite. War successfully conducted is about individuals killing other individuals, while trade is about individuals ...

Why were private attorney-client calls recorded? Now, Kansas inmates could go free  The Kansas City Star

Federal prosecutors need to disclose how often they listened to private conversations between inmates and public defenders at a facility in Leavenworth.

The Kansas City Star
Mills: The problem with private prisons  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A Department of Justice decision to phase out use at the federal level is a good thing.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wyoming signs contract of up to $5.1M with private prison company  Casper Star-Tribune Online

The state entered into a contract with a private prison company last year to house inmates if the structurally unstable Wyoming State Penitentiary in Rawlins ...

Casper Star-Tribune Online
Dilley's Immigrant Jail Is A Cash Cow For Private Prison Company, But What About Dilley?  Texas Public Radio

President Obama expanded use of family detention camps a couple of years ago to include lockups for thousands of Central American women and children.

Texas Public Radio

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Corrections Corporation of America Rebrands as CoreCivic. Marks Culmination of Multi-Year Strategy to Transform into Diversified Government Solutions Company
Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) was founded in Nashville, Tennessee, on January 28, 1983, by Thomas W. Beasley, Doctor Robert Crants and T. Don Hutto. Beasley served as the chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party; Crants was the chief financial officer of a real estate company in Nashville; Hutto was the president-elect of the American Correctional Association.
Read Mother Jones reporter Shane Bauer’s firsthand account of his four months spent working as a guard at a corporate-run prison in Louisiana. The Corrections Corporation of America launched the ...
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Thomas Beasley, Doctor R. Crants, and T. Don Hutto start Corrections Corporation of America, the world’s first private prison company.. 1984. CCA begins operating a county jail and a juvenile ...
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