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  • Prisoners could make own toilet paper under Iowa plan

    12/02/2010 8:55:01 PM PST · by LucyT · 33 replies
    BBC News, US and Canada ^ | 2 December 2010 | Staff
    Prisoners in the US state of Iowa could soon be making their own toilet paper, in what officials describe as a bid to save taxpayers money. Under a plan, state prisons would buy one-tonne rolls of paper from a mill, then process it into single rolls. Prison official Al Reiter told the Des Moines Register the toilet paper was "not nice and fluffy", but acceptable. [snip] The plan could save up to $100,000 (64,292) a year, officials told the Des Moines Register.
  • Were votes bought with toilet tissue, vanilla wafers?

    11/06/2007 9:37:34 AM PST · by TornadoAlley3 · 8 replies · 66+ views
    Monroe Free Press ^ | 11/05/07 | Monroe Free Press
    The Louisiana Ethics commission may be busy in a few weeks trying to unravel complaints of illegal activities in the October 20th elections statewide. Included among the complaints will be one expected to be filed by Representative Willie Hunter who claims that a Federally tax exempt organization in Lake Providence gave boxes of food and household supplies to voters and told them to vote for his opponent and a slate of candidates endorsed by the Louisiana Democratic Party. Hunter claims that hundreds of families were given boxes of food two days before the election then told that the food would...