The Deportation Business: More detainees, more challenges, more money for local jails

County jails in Minnesota that have contracts with the federal government are making millions of dollars every year off an immigration system plagued by delays, confusion and inefficiency, according to financial records and federal court documents analyzed by 5 INVESTIGATES.

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The Deportation Business: More detainees, more challenges, more money for local jails

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