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Miea apparently made a huge impact at the Capitol, since the bill passed out of committee last week. Congratulations. Indiana CURE has met with Congress persons, Senators' aides and
in November 2018 we awarded 6 graduates of the Second Chance program at Westville Correctional Facility, where they so far have a 0% recidivism rate. Needless to say we support all of the goals of the Vera Institute and are proud of Meia A. Walker for her achievements and encourage her continued advocacy.
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