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June 7, 2013 10:08 AM

Toilet paper cutback in Sedgwick County jail raises other issues

You know times are tough in Kansas when Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter tells prisoners that he’s cutting the amount of toilet paper they use down to one roll a week. He contends that the prisoners have been wasting toilet paper, using it to cover vents and doors when they are smoking tobacco or marijuana.

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