Families with incarcerated loved ones will continue to face challenges as they grapple with the exorbitant cost of phone calls with inmates. These calls can be as high as $10 per minute at some facilities. Two years ago, telecom companies and some state governments filed suit against FCC rules which limited the price of in state prison phone calls. Last month, a federal appeals court ruled against the FCC rules. Learn more at http://www.npr.org/2017/06/18/533438857/fcc-decides-to-cap-prices-of-in-state-phone-calls-by-prison-inmates.
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