Many Oregon inmates file valid income tax returns on earnings from pensions and 401(k) plans, inheritances and tribal membership payments, and their work in prison enterprises, Oregon Department of Corrections spokeswoman Heidi Steward said Monday.
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ODOC stands for Oregon Department Of Corrections
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The charges stem from Monem's former employment as the food services administrator for the Oregon Department of Corrections.
We decided if he didn't need to know the answer, everyone else in the world needed to know the answer," said Steven Shelton, medical director of the Oregon Department of Corrections.
Oregon Department of Corrections director Max Williams can make this change without any legislative approval.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In 2000, the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) formed a work group called the Children of Incarcerated Parents Project, which currently includes staff from multiple state agencies, representatives of nonprofit organizations providing child and family services, and researchers, including scientists from the Oregon Social Learning Center, a nonprofit behavioral research institute.