Ca. Prison Emergency Brings Triple Bunking

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California’s prison system, declaring a state of emergency, has begun triple-bunking prisoners in two-person cells in response to an increase in the number of inmates, says the Los Angeles Times. The corrections department says 1,200 unexpected inmates, most headed for maximum-security prisons, are arriving from financially strapped counties that can no longer house them in
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