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FCC v. ADOC: Battle over price cap on prison phone calls’ link to recidivism (access required)

The federal government wants to regulate in-state prisoner phone calls as a way to keep families in touch with their incarcerated loved ones. The Arizona Department of Corrections is fighting the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed regulation for the sake of maintaining schooling and other services for prisoners.

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