Prisoner reentry programs got a lot of time in the public eye in 2015, particularly after President Barack Obama visited Newark and lauded New Jersey’s rehabilitation programs as examples of how to break the cycle of incarceration. Just a few weeks before the president visited, NJ Spotlight On Cities took a closer look at the challenges created when prisoners return to their old neighborhoods. In our discussion, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman and former Gov. Jim McGreevey -- who currently oversee reentry programs in Newark and Jersey City -- discussed ways government can ease that transition. NJ Spotlight contributing writer Lilo Stainton moderated the session.