Campaign for Prison Phone Justice

The "Campaign for Prison Phone Justice" is challenging prison phone kickbacks and the U.S. Prison Telephone Industry.
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New York Times Editorial Supports Campaign

Sep 24, 2012 | by Nation Inside Team

This morning, as we headed into a meeting with the FCC, the New York Times ran an editorial titled “Costly Phone Calls for Inmates” supporting the campaign’s position.

Because of your support the Campaign for Prison Phone Justice is picking up steam.

This morning, as we headed into a meeting with the FCC, the New York Times ran an editorial titled “Costly Phone Calls for Inmates” supporting the campaign’s position.

“Members of Congress and civil rights groups are pushing the Federal Communications Commission to rein in telephone companies that, in many states, charge inmates spectacularly high rates that can force their families to choose between keeping in touch with a relative behind bars and, in some cases, putting food on the table.”  Read more.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/24/opinion/costly-phone-calls-for-state-inmates.html

 

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