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  • 'So how many of you enjoy coming to jail?' Counselor fights on the front lines of California's drug war

    Robert Greear thought he would be dead by now from his meth addiction. Instead, he works Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center near Elk Grove helping get others clean in an attempt to keep them out of prison.

'So how many of you enjoy coming to jail?' Counselor fights on the front lines of California's drug war

Robert Greear thought he would be dead by now from his meth addiction. Instead, he works Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center near Elk Grove helping get others clean in an attempt to keep them out of prison.
Paul Kitagaki, Jr. The Sacramento Bee