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Trustees for New York City's five pensions voted to become the first retirement funds in the U.S. to divest assets in private prison companies. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — New York City’s pension funds have decided to sell its investments in private prison companies, citing a record of alleged human rights abuses and citing the risk of the industry attracting “long-term reputational and financial harm.”

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