Unfortunately the source is USAToday, but the message is one that should be
heard loud and clear:
"Prisons in eight states let convicts work in jobs that give them access to
Social Security numbers and other personal information for the public,
despite years of warnings that the practice should end, a federal audit finds."
If you live in Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota,
Tennessee or West Virginia, you may want to contact your legislators and
suggest STRONGLY that they support passage of HR3046!! http://bit.ly/9lFsRs
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