"I have to like my patients; otherwise, it doesn't work."
Getting ex-cons to help those still behind bars is working wonders around the world.
The Federal Communications Commission moved on Thursday to cap rates for local and in-state long-distance inmate calls, which can sometimes reach up to $14 a minute — or $70 for a five-minute call.
While the idea might irk a lot of people, conjugal access for prisoners has untapped crime-stopping potential.
The prohibitive price of jail phonecalls cuts prisoners off from the outside world. Last week some costs were capped, but there's a still long way to go.