Inmates earn $1 an hour fighting California’s massive wildfires
“The persistent, horrific wildfires year after year make this human rights issue even more pressing for the men and women fighting these fires every day who cannot do so once released,” Katherine Katcher of Root and Rebound, which works on prison re-entry issues in California, told Reason. The state’s licensing rules, Katcher said, “shut people out of living wage careers that they are trained and qualified for solely because of old, expunged, and irrelevant convictions.” by Bonnie Kristian
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