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Care Given to Gunman Causes Lawmakers to Question Corrections Budget

Care Given to Gunman Causes Lawmakers to Question Corrections Budget



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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio Lawmakers want answers after Curtis Allgier's rampage. State lawmakers may be looking to address some problems exposed by yesterday's rampage.

State Sen. Jon Greiner, also Ogden's Police Chief, wants answers after yesterday's rampage. "How do we give A-plus care to these kinds of individuals?" he asks. He doesn't get how Curtis Allgier earned four trips to the Orthopaedic Center at the University of Utah. "The revelation that this is going on is going to cause my committee to ask some questions," Greiner says.

He says his lawmaking buddies are wondering the same thing and want to look at the Corrections budget. They may want to hold hearings.

Greiner says other lawmakers want to look into one-on-one transport of inmates.

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