How Many States Have Actually "Legalized" Slavery For Real
Slavery is famously known to be down in the Southern part of the United States, but it seems as though it is rapidly spreading to the rest of the country. States facing growing budget deficits are quickly turning to prisoner/inmate labor to either break even or produce some sort of profit from the lack of pay, but increase in work being done. At least 37 of the 50 states have technically "legalized" labor slavery of prisoners with different companies.
Thought slavery was abolished in the 1800’s? Think again. Slavery is still among us today, and affecting the U.S. job market. Click here to learn more.
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