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Inmates grow roses in horticulture program

PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) - Many of the women at the Southeast Arkansas Community Correction Center expressed skepticism when they first laid eyes on a shipment of what appeared to be nothing more than twigs. “They were just these spindly, little Charlie Brown things,” Dina Tyler, a deputy director for the Department of Community Correction, told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. [read the full story here]


Washington Times, Sunday, May 11, 2014

tags: Issues in Treatment, Education, and Rehabilitation, Arkansas

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