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Risks Are High for Teen Daughters with Jailed Moms

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Women with children are being incarcerated at a rising rate, with ominous implications for girls in particular. "Children typically model their behaviors based on the parent that is the same sex, so missing that female figure is critical," says one advocate. Story reported with Annie Geng.

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