Ca. Prisons Get More Money; Gov. Cuts Fall Short

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Spending for California’s prison system, the nation’s largest, will rise slightly with a new state budget plan, up approximately $349 million as the inmate population crests in the coming year, reports the Associated Press. The budget provides $5.6 billion in state funds for 32 state prisons and 37 camps housing approximately 162,000 inmates. The budget
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