Why is this even a debate? Even if you don't sympathize or empathize with female inmates, a lack of hygienic products increases the chance that a prison employee will be directly exposed to potentially hazardous bodily fluids.
It’s hard when your on a income too just like laundry soap etc I wish people like me with a disability could claim that as a health expense it’s a NEEDED item
I see CNN’s ratings are in the tank and you might have to let go of 50 staffers😂 Guess you chose the wrong dog in this fight😉#MAGA
If they wasnt in jail they could get them their self .i say let it flow with out .maybe their bad hygiene will teach them a lesson and not go to jail the next time
The next time you push a shopping cart, ask yourself how much you know about blood born pathogens. Then think about how important is is to do all you can to reduce the spread of disease by any means possible. Or, pretend there is no chain or events that can lead to the spread of disease. Lol
Cheaper to use all pads as tampons are very expensive. Buy in bulk and get cheaper.if you sign contract with a company that will do the supply still cheaper.
These are the kinds of legislative battles Republicans think are wise to engage in? And then we wonder why this nation is having a collective nervous breakdown? Someone needs to shove tampons up the nostrils of this GOP troglodyte and make him dance in the middle of the street.
This to me is a joke. People want free everything! Free birth control, free tampons, free condoms, free education, free food, free college,free toilet paper, free abortions,free viagra,free health care,etc this list goes on. It's not free people, the working people pay for it!
Two wordGrossed outOne wordNastyOne sentenceAm a little repulsed at the thought of pads and all those cleaning stuff, even if the pads are clean but its still a matter of hygiene.
yes but these problems are in big part a result of how we handle correction and rehabilitation, which is now also a for-profit business. At some point you run out of money and/or there is an incentive to cut costs, and then guess what happens. If not tampons, other things are then sacrificed like other items of health and safety, food quality, rehab programs and so forth.