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ICYMI: Clocking in: Some Oklahoma prisoners are plying a trade behind bars

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

HOMINY — The men making beans and cornbread waited for the men making state license plates. “Don't forget the tip,” one of them said, ladling applesauce onto a tray while other men milled around the lunch line. He wouldn't get one, but just a dollar would double the two quarters an hour he hustles for. Even here, in a workplace surrounded by razor wire and steel reminders of a life sentence, a man can take pride in his work.    Read More...

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