Families Want Connecticut to Stop Profiting From Prison Phone Calls

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HARTFORD, CT – After bringing attention last year to high phone costs for families calling their loved ones in state prisons, state Rep. Josh Elliott is again leading the charge to pass legislation to end the practice of allowing the state to profit from the calls. Currently, the state collects a 68% commission on all calls family members make to inmates.
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Families Want Connecticut to Stop Profiting From Prison Phone Calls

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