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Immigrants pay big for basics at private lock-ups

NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO - Private prisons in the United States are cashing in on President Trump's crackdown on illegal immigrants, forcing detainees to work for sub-minimum wages in exchange for essentials, activists say.

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