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Prisoners' Column Raises Controversy in Vermont

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Prisoners' Column Raises Controversy in Vermont

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Prisoners' Column Raises Controversy in Vermont

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A group of female inmates in Vermont publish a weekly column in a local newspaper called "The Glass House." The column has been criticized for only giving voice to the prisoners — and not their victims.

Nina Keck reports from Vermont Public Radio.

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