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March 27, 2007

NYTimes reentry editorial

Today's New York Times has this editorial discussing prisoner reentry issues.  Here is how it begins:

With corrections costs going through the roof, states and localities are beginning to figure out the long-term costs of just shoving inmates out the door when their sentences are finished. To prevent people from ending up right back inside, states will need to embrace re-entry programs that provide ex-offenders with training, jobs, places to live and a range of social services that don’t exist in most places.

March 27, 2007 at 06:28 AM | Permalink

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