Massachusetts Prisoner Reentry Practice Disputed

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Massachusetts prison officials are alerting inmates just before they are released on how to apply for welfare in a new pilot program that includes making the cons “aware of how to self-identify as disabled,” the Boston Herald reports. The Department of Correction policy is intended to ensure eligible inmates don’t face a gap in assistance after finishing their sentences. It is riling a welfare benefits watchdog . . .

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