Ca. Senators Want To Rebuild Prison Watchdog Unit

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Two California state senators want to protect the state inspector general’s office, which acts as at watchdog over prisons, and give it more teeth to compel reforms, the Los Angeles Times says. The office, which conducts investigations launched by whistle-blowers and inmates, suffered a 76 percent staff cut approved by the legislature last year. Gov.
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