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East Palo Alto prisoner reentry program at risk of closure

Program has dramatically reduced return to crime

A landmark East Palo Alto prisoner reentry program that has kept more than 100 people from recommitting crimes is in danger of closing its doors without an immediate infusion of cash -- funding the City Council will vote on Tuesday night.

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