St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Leaders from St. Charles County, St. Louis and St. Louis County are committing $2 million toward an effort to reduce the likelihood that ex-convicts will return to prison.

The funding, announced at a joint press conference Tuesday, would support the Concordance Academy of Leadership, a new program being developed by Washington University researchers and former Wells Fargo Advisors chief executive Danny Ludeman.

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