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November 18, 2013 9:09 PM

ARCHIVE (11-13) Columbia shelter used as drop-off site for some freed state, local inmates

People released from state prisons and the county jail are being transported to the city’s around-the-clock shelter near the Broad River as part of a pilot program that began earlier this month, officials say.

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