4 U.S. Cities Compete to House Guantánamo Prisoners
Republican criticism of the Obama administration’s plan to relocate Guantanamo detainees to U.S. prisons is falling on deaf ears in communities hurting for jobs. From Montana to Illinois, cities are vying for the chance to use empty or underutilized prisons for housing suspected terrorists because it would mean hundreds and even thousands of new jobs for struggling local economies.
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