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Your analysis is "right on the money." Ten times that amount ($55 million) would still only allow us to help 10,000 inmates and parolees.

If we're going to reduce recidivism in a meaningful way and help people live productive lives, it's going to take a lot more money, political will, and a new vision of the goals and purpose of incarceration.

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