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Federal regulators float an aggressive new plan to cut the cost of prison calls

It was back in 2003 that a Washington, D.C., grandmother named Martha Wright filed a petition to the Federal Communications Commission asking federal regulators to address the high inmate telephone rates that were keeping her from keeping in touch with her grandson, then locked up in an Arizona prison. [read the full story here]

Washington Post, Thursday, September 25, 2014
Tags: Correctional Policy & Decision-Making, Federal
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