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Study: $780M in restitution goes unpaid in Pa.
BY MARK SCOLFORO, Associated Press
HARRISBURG -- Pennsylvania should be more aggressive in collecting restitution from criminals, including garnishing paychecks and suspending state-issued licenses, according to a task force report issued Tuesday that put the unpaid sum at more than $780 million.
The LancasterOnline.com Team
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