Two Alabama lawmakers are proposing a rival prison bill as an alternative to the governor's construction plan to relieve overcrowding.
The cornerstone of the proposal would pay sheriffs to house 1,500 state inmates in county jails.
Holmes County sheriff John Tate wants to make sure inmates have the chance to better themselves and become active members of society again.
They’re adding what they call faith pods to the jail to keep those who want to do good, separate from others.
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