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Old 01-27-2016, 12:26 AM
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in Washington you can specifically put money for USPS stamps on an inmate's account through JPay.
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I know that Florida inmates are allowed to receive 20 U.S. postage stamps or 20 self-ddressed pre stamped envelopes per letter. The value of the stamps/pre stamped envelopes cannot exceed the equivalent of 20 (1 oz.) first class US stamps.
Californian inmates are allowed to receive 40 first class postage stamps per envelope.
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Originally Posted by Tx_Angel View Post
As far as pre-stamped envelopes ... I (personally) don't know of any facilities nor have I come across anything saying some state/facility allows this? If there are any ... perhaps other CVs will mention it?
California state prisons allows inmates to receive stationary supplies through the mail: stamps, envelopes, blank paper.

I routinely send stamps and envelopes to two penpals I have in California prisons. I have even had pre-stamped envelopes sent by the USPS online store.

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