Ca. Prison Waste Cited; Bills Would Aid Monitor

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Two California state senators are proposing new powers for the independent watchdog agency over the state’s troubled prison system, reports the Los Angeles Times. The legislation would ensure that the Office of the Inspector General – gutted by funding cuts – would have a fixed budget tied to that of the state’s $6-billion-a-year correctional system.
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