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Second chances are the key to stopping mass incarceration

Kids can’t smoke, they can’t drink or see rated R movies. But they can be sentenced to life in prison even though research shows our minds are still developing. Youth reporter Nisa Salazar from Merced writes that her uncle was first incarcerated at age 14 and has stayed in the prison system since. Read the story at We’ed.

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This entry was posted on August 19, 2016 by in Print, WeCed and tagged , , .

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