July 11, 2013 12:14 AM

Eagle editorial: County’s alternative corrections, juvenile programs are worth fighting for

Confronted with state funding cuts and flat property-tax revenue, Sedgwick County might be tempted to retreat from its comprehensive approach to corrections and juvenile justice. To its credit, the county isn’t ready to do that, and even aims to open a long-sought jail pod for mentally ill inmates.

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