Texas Ends Solitary Confinement for Rule-Breaking

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Texas prisons have ended the use of solitary confinement for breaking rules, the Houston Chronicle reports. "When reviewing solitary confinement as a policy and practice we determined that as a department we can effectively operate without it," said Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman Jason Clark. The change took place September 1. The more commonly used administrative segregation . . .

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