Q: is it against policy in NH to serve the same meal option EVERY DAY? bologna EVERY DAY?? Green moldy bologna??
Hello. My husband is incarcerated currently and he is served the same lunch option EVERY DAY! Bologna. Green rotten bologna that is inedible, like they are animals. I don't know much about how much the state benefits from taxes )amount wise) but i DO know what I pay in taxes and the state of NH has to be making more than enough to feed our prisoners a healthy, edible, up to date food. Please help me understand this. Thank you.
If your husband is receiving inadequate meals in incarceration, this may be a matter to bring to the attention of the appropriate authorities within the correctional facility. Each state has standards for prisoner treatment that typically include the provision of nutritious and safe meals. Moldy and inedible food should not be served, and such conditions might violate state regulations or correctional facility policies.
You may consider filing a formal complaint with the prison's administration or a prisoner rights organization in New Hampshire. Additionally, reaching out to an attorney could provide you with guidance on how to proceed and possibly address this through legal channels. Prisoners do retain certain rights, and proper nutrition is generally among them.
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