Frederick Releford, who was released from Kansas' Lansing Correctional Facility in February, already is facing homelessness. He met recently with parole officer Chris Jorgensen in Kansas City, Kan.
Frederick Releford, who was released from Kansas' Lansing Correctional Facility in February, already is facing homelessness. He met recently with parole officer Chris Jorgensen in Kansas City, Kan. David Eulitt / The Kansas City Star
Frederick Releford, who was released from Kansas' Lansing Correctional Facility in February, already is facing homelessness. He met recently with parole officer Chris Jorgensen in Kansas City, Kan. David Eulitt / The Kansas City Star

Economy's toll: Kansas cuts model prison parole program

April 04, 2010 11:10 PM

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