By Steve Neavling
In an effort to make transition from jail to freedom easier for convicts, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is urging governors to provide parolees with state identification cards.
The announcement is part of the nation’s first National Reentry Week, which began Sunday, the Christian Science Monitor reports. 
“National Reentry Week highlights the many ways that the Department of Justice – and the entire Obama Administration – is working to tear down the barriers that stand between returning citizens and a meaningful second chance – leading to brighter futures, stronger communities, and a more just and equal nation for all.”
The move is part of a bigger push for justice reform intended to make it easier for convicts to land jobs and thus stay out of trouble.