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April 19, 2014 12:00 AM

Editorial | Myrtle Beach-area group aims to cut off pipeline to prison for young men

Patrick Richardson, now a barber in Myrtle Beach, knows exactly what it’s like to try to find a job when you return to a community from prison. It isn’t easy. “I am a convicted felon. I was at my lowest point -- at my bottom, willing to work for free,’’ Richardson says.

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