Prisoner re-entry seriesPart III: With work-release, inmates grow roots outside prison

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It’s usually better to find a new job before you quit your old one. For people getting out of prison, not finding a new job often means returning to their old one,locked behind bars .But for others, Wisconsin’s prison work-release program is the key to avoiding the revolving door back into prison.In part three of our prisoner re-entry seriesGil Halsted reports on the challenges prisoners face in paying their debt to societyby earning money while they’re still locked up…

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