Ohio Prisons Emphasize 'Re-Entry' Training

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President Bush has proposed a four-year, $300 million federal program to help newly released prisoners as they rejoin society. Ohio has one of the nation's most ambitious prisoner re-entry programs, with training beginning as soon as a convict begins a prison term. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Reginald Wilkinson, director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections.



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