For the first time in more than a year, in-person visitations are set to resume at Wisconsin’s prisons. The reopening will mark the first time since last March that many incarcerated people will see their families in person.
It also comes after a tough year for Wisconsin’s prisons, which have been plagued by some of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in the state.
For more, WORT producer Jonah Chester spoke with Peggy West-Shroder, a coordinator with EXPO, a prison advocacy and reform group.
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