Kentucky Proposal Seen as ‘Step Forward’ for Prison Reforms

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A Kentucky legislative proposal unveiled Tuesday and applauded by both Gov. Matt Bevin and the ACLU would make it easier for ex-convicts to get jobs and allow prisoners to work for private companies while they are still behind bars, reports the Louisville Courier-Journal. Senate Bill 120 would give people with felony convictions the opportunity to . . .

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