Despite Reforms, California Prisons Grow Ever More Crowded

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Six months into a program of reforms designed to dramatically reduce the state’s prison population, the California Department of Corrections is scrambling to find bed space for thousands of inmates pouring into the system in record numbers, reports the Sacramento Bee. To accommodate the rising tide, the agency last month laid out an emergency housing
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