Ca. Critics Assail Prison Emergency, Triple Bunks

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A state of emergency in California’s prison system to ease overcrowding was criticized by legislators yesterday, the Los Angeles Times reprots. Lawmakers questioned if the California Department of Corrections artificially inflated the inmate population to avoid budget cuts. They want to know why they weren’t informed of an influx of 1,200 inmates from county jails.
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