Earned release supporters speak out

As the Wisconsin Assembly considers a measure (already passed by the Senate) to end the state's earned release prison program, its supporters are speaking out.

Ronna Swift, who taught high school classes in the Oshkosh prison and volunteers with WNPJ member group Fox Valley Peace Coalition, told Wisconsin Public Radio why earned release should continue.

"If the Republicans want to save money, this [program provides] savings," she told WPR. Listen to the entire segment here.