STOP PROVIDING FREE MEALS TO TEXAS PRISON EMPLOYEES
Because of budget cuts, Texas prison administrators have severely diminished the quantity and quality of prisoners' meals. They even mandated that on some units only two meals will be served on weekends. Yet, prison employees enjoy free meals in the officers' dining rooms (not to be confused with inmate chow halls). Prison employees are the only state employees who enjoy that privilege. Policemen, fire fighters, and teachers have to pay for their meals. What makes prison employees special? There are 120+ prison units in Texas. Each unit has an Officers’ Dining Room. Together they serve thousands of free meals to prison employees each day, at a cost of millions of taxpayers’ dollars each year. If prison administrators want to cut meals to save money, let them begin in their own dining rooms. Please take a moment to click on the link below and sign our petition on Change.org. We would appreciate it greatly if you will forward this email to your friends. Thank you!
Michael W. Jewell, Co-founder
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