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FCC Puts Caps On The Sky-High Rates Prisoners Pay To Call Home

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Can you hear me now?: When you pick up the phone to call your mom in California or your best friend in Maine, you likely don't have to worry about what it will cost. But for the families of the 2.2 million Americans living in prison, the monopoly contracts that exist on phone companies behind bars, and the exorbitant, sky-high rates that spring from them, are a huge problem — one that the FCC has just taken action to mitigate.

Oh, zap!: The Grocery Shrink Ray has struck again, this time focusing its sights on SodaStream's line of flavored syrups. New bottles of the stuff only make 29 servings of soda, compared to 50. What gives? 

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