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UpClose with Donna Hamm (access required)

Donna Hamm has been lobbying on behalf of prisoners and their families for nearly three decades. She became a justice of the peace in 1981, shortly after moving to Arizona from Ohio. During a tour of one of the state's prisons, she realized the state wasn't doing a good job of preparing prisoners for re-integration into society.

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  1. Hello Mrs. Hamm

    I would like to talk to you in regards to my son. He is currently incarcerated at Lewis Comlpex in Buckeye, AZ.

    You can reach me at: (602)741-1591
    Email – autumngirl60@msn.com

    Thank You,
    Rebecca Ramsey

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