Year-over-year in the quarter we saw revenues increased by $13 million driven largely by increases in per diem, the assumption of operations in our Lake Erie, Ohio facility, activation of the Jenkins County, Georgia facility, intake of Puerto Rico inmates at Cimarron, partially offset by declines in populations in our Colorado and CTF facilities. While revenues increased $13 million, we experienced a slight decline year-over-year in net income, largely the result of startup of our Jenkins facility and ramp up of Puerto Rico populations at Cimarron, a decline in populations at our Coffee and Wheeler, Georgia facilities, which were impacted by the opening of Jenkins, increases in wages and benefits expenses and declines in populations at our Colorado and CTF facilities.
Corrections Corporation Of America's CEO Discusses Q2 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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