Officials Literally “Blow Hot Air” to Mitigate Heat in Texas Prisons

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As the summer comes to a close, prisoners across the state of Texas are breathing a sigh of relief. They finally get a reprieve from the extreme heat they have had to live with, day and night, for the past few months at 75 state-run prisons operated by the Texas

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