Brandi Collins · Campaign for Prison Phone Justice · 510-698-3800 x409
Groups say continued failure to act to lower the high cost of prison phone rates will represent a failure of democracy.
FCC opens Notice of Proposed Rule Making, marking first major step forward on issue in ten years
The Louisiana Public Service Commission (LaPSC) has voted to reduce the cost of phone calls from prisoners. Following the coordinated efforts of human rights organizations in the Campaign for Prison Phone Justice to lower the cost of inter-state prison phone calls, Louisiana state officials took matters into their own hands and voted today to lower rates in their state.
Immigrant rights groups nationwide join with the Human Rights Defense Center to call on the FCC for fair prison phone rates
Groups nationwide join with the Human Rights Defense Center to call on the FCC for fair prison phone rates
Leaders urge the FCC to lower the cost of calls from prison
Today, techno-empire and mobile device candy hawker Apple Inc. (AAPL) is poised to release the iPhone5 to addicts across the globe, willing to stand vigil to get their paws on the latest hot product.
Brattleboro, VT – Prison Legal News (PLN), a monthly publication that covers criminal justice-related issues, released a report this past weekend at the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston that examines prison phone rates nationwide.