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[B]y double-bunking inmates, replacing some guards with cameras, and cutting overtime for the 24-7 operation of the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.“Some of these things we can’t keep doing,” Cain said.enter state rep. ernest wooton and the house administration of criminal justice committee which he chairs.
“We make a lot of laws that result with people ending up here,” said Wooton, R-Belle Chasse.
Cain said he cannot speak to the state Parole Board on behalf of inmates unless asked. He has seen bad inmates leave and good inmates stay, he said.
Cain said he has pursued legislation in the past to let a prison representative be a non-voting board member. Wooton and other legislators said they would work on legislation to make that happen.
“If you’re going to judge me by how many people come back, let me have a say in who goes out,” Cain said.
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