High Court Taking Up Racial Assignments In Prison

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Can prisons routinely segregate prisoners by race? The Supreme Court will consider that issue tomorrow, Newsweek reports. In California, for the first 60 days of a prison assignment, prisoners are assigned cellmates of the same race. Japanese and Chinese inmates are not housed together, nor are Laotians, Vietnamese, Cambodians, and Filipinos. Hispanics from northern California
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