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Prison staff fears addressed

Official: "These decisions have been made in the past and we've found, in all likelihood, there's really little that can be done to stop them"

By Paul Pierce
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — The president of the Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association said Tuesday the shutdown of state prisons in Westmoreland and Cambria counties might be inevitable.

"These decisions have been made in the past and we've found, in all likelihood, there's really little that can be done to stop them," said Roy Pinto before an association meeting in South Greensburg.

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