Ca. Inmate-Race Arguments Heard At High Court

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Californa’s policy of temporarily segregating new and newly transferred inmates by race was debated at the Supreme Court yesterday, the New York Times reports. The case pits the justices’ tradition of deferring to prison administrators against their dislike of practices that classify people by race. “California is ground zero for race-based street gangs,” Frances T.
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