Minnesota inmates can now receive email
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota's prison system has finally moved into the electronic age with inmate email — at least partially.
Beginning Monday, inmates in the state's 10 prisons can receive messages from family and friends via email. But to send a letter, prisoners will still have to use paper, pen and postage.
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