Corrections Officials Still Trying to Censor Prison Legal News

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Paul Wright has been fighting to get Prison Legal News into U.S. prisons and jails for more than 25 years, says the American Bar Association Journal. Part journalist, part prisoner-rights advocate, part First Amendment crusader, Wright says his monthly publication doesn’t get a warm welcome from corrections officials whose institutions and practices are often criticized in its pages. The newsletter, he says, “is frequently censored . . .

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