Not everyone agrees with that assessment, however. "It's a nutty idea," said Edward Hennessy of Palm Beach, who contributed $1,000 to Jeb Bush in 1994. "There are too many robberies in Palm Beach now, so why identify these [rich] people?" Mortham claims the prisoners will be supervised so they won't be able to take notes or records to their dorm. And as Rancourt points out, the campaign finance records are public record, so prisoners can already get the information if they want it.
Source: Palm Beach Post
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