NY Agrees To Cut Inmate Numbers In Solitary, Improve Conditions

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New York state today agreed to a major overhaul in the way solitary confinement is administered in its prisons, with the goal of significantly reducing the number of inmates held in isolation, cutting the maximum length of stay and improving their living conditions, the New York Times reports. The five-year, $62 million agreement resulted from
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