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Prisoners making a top hourly pay of $1 help fight California wildfires

ABA Journal Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
About 3,800 male and female inmates in California are helping fight devastating wildfires that have killed at least 31 people in the northern part of…
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News video: Inmates Fighting California Fires

Inmates Fighting California Fires 01:41

Exploitation or rehabilitation? As the California wildfires continue to burn, non-violent prisoners have volunteered to fight the blaze for one dollar an hour. But it’s a controversial program.

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