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T. Don Hutto Residential Center

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T Don Hutto

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Six COVID-19 cases at T. Don Hutto detention center, according to woman recently released

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Lawsuit filed over T. Don Hutto Residential Center | KVUE

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Rally to close T. Don Hutto

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Si Kahn "Hutto" at the T. Don Hutto Immigration Prison

The T. Don Hutto Residential Center is a guarded, fenced-in, multi-purpose center currently used to detain non-US citizens awaiting the outcome of their immigration status. The center is located at 1001 Welch Street in the city of Taylor, Texas, within Williamson County. Formerly a medium-security state prison, it is operated by the CoreCivic under contract with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency through an ICE Intergovernmental Service Agreement (IGA) with Williamson County, Texas. It is named after T. Don Hutto, who along with Robert Crants and Tom Beasley, co-founded CCA on January 28, 1983 in Nashville, Tennessee. In 2006, Hutto became an immigrant-detention facility detaining immigrant families. The facility was turned into a women's detention center in 2009.
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