Minnesota Still Relies on Long Prison Solitary Confinement

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More than 1,600 inmates in Minnesota have been held in solitary confinement for at least six months. Four hundred and thirty-seven have endured stays of a year or longer. One man spent more than seven consecutive years in solitary. Another spent longer than 10 years, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Across the U.S., states are taking new steps to either curtail or . . .

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