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DATIA provides information about drug-testing technologies and products and gathers and publishes statistics about
drug testing. It also represents the business community regarding drug and alcohol testing legislative and regulatory
issues. DATIA¶s more than 1,000 members represent a range of drug and alcohol service providers, such as collection
sites, laboratories, consortiums/third party administrators (TPAs), medical review officers (MROs) and testing
equipment manufacturers.

 
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It is well-known that public prison employee unions constitute a powerful constituency for tough sentencing policies
that lead to larger prison populations requiring additional prisons and personnel. The great hazard of contracting out
incarceration "services" is that private firms may well turn out to be even more efficient and effective than unions in
lobbying for policies that would increase prison populations.

When we add to the mix the observations that America already puts a larger proportion of its population behind bars
than does any other country (often for acts that ought to be legal), and that the US already spends an insane portion of
national income on the largely non-productive garrison state, it is hard to see the expansion of a for-profit industry
with a permanent interest in putting ever more people in cages as consistent with either efficiency or justice.

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