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This Is Uncomfortable
The Uncertain Hour

As jail costs pile up, one county is taking a new approach to community service

by Caitlin Esch Apr 11, 2019
The opioid epidemic is filling jails. Wise County, Virginia, is looking for alternatives.
Mitzi Bowen, 44, of Wise, Virginia, cleans up after a resident moved out of the Commonwealth Apartments on Dec. 7, 2018. Bowen said she became addicted to opioids after her dentist prescribed Lortabs for tooth pain. "One day I woke up and I couldn't feel good without the pills," she said.
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Criminal justice measure poised to become law with bipartisan support

by Ben Bradford Dec 13, 2018
The proposed law would shift thousands of federal inmates out of prison and into transitional programs.
The proposed law would shift thousands of federal inmates out of prison and into transitional programs.
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NFL players lobby Congress for criminal justice reform

by Molly Wood Mar 30, 2017
Anquan Boldin and Malcolm Jenkins are using their muscle to help push through bipartisan bills.
NFL players Anquan Boldin and Malcolm Jenkins have twice lobbied Congress for criminal justice reform.
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