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DOJ To Release Some 6,000 Nonviolent Inmates From Federal Prison

Starting on Friday, the Justice Department will release about 6,000 nonviolent inmates from federal prison. NPR's Michel Martin talks with Stanley Richards of the Fortune Society, a group that helps ex-prisoners deal with the complexities of re-entering society, as well as Saquan Dubose, who was recently released from prison.

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