State considers eliminating juvenile correctionsPosted: Updated:
A day of reckoning at the state capital. Arizona lawmakers wrapped up a marathon session approving a package of 13 budget related bills.
One of the more controversial ideas coming out of the special session would be eliminating the State Department of Juvenile Corrections and sending all of the juvenile inmates to their home counties.
The move would save the state more than $60-million, but the counties feel like the buck is being passed to them.