Felons who want to start over struggle to re-enter society

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Felons who want to start over struggle to re-enter society

Glenn Tefft, who is currently homeless, eats soup at King Soopers in Longmont on April 4. Almost 39, a three-time felon who’s been to jail but not prison, Tefft is struggling to defy the odds also faced by 95 percent of the prison population that the Congressional Research Service expects will reintegrate back into the greater community at some point.
Glenn Tefft, who is currently homeless in Longmont, packs up his backpack after getting something to eat with his SNAP benefits on April 4. Almost 39, a three-time felon who’s been to jail but not prison, Tefft is struggling to defy the odds also faced by 95 percent of the prison population that the Congressional Research Service expects will reintegrate back into the greater community at some point.

Felons who want to start over struggle to re-enter society

Glenn Tefft, who is currently homeless, eats soup at King Soopers in Longmont on April 4. Almost 39, a three-time felon who’s been to jail but not prison, Tefft is struggling to defy the odds also faced by 95 percent of the prison population that the Congressional Research Service expects will reintegrate back into the greater community at some point.
Glenn Tefft, who is currently homeless in Longmont, packs up his backpack after getting something to eat with his SNAP benefits on April 4. Almost 39, a three-time felon who’s been to jail but not prison, Tefft is struggling to defy the odds also faced by 95 percent of the prison population that the Congressional Research Service expects will reintegrate back into the greater community at some point.