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California to end unlimited solitary confinement for gang leaders

In a major victory for the prison reform movement, California agreed on Tuesday to end the indefinite solitary confinement of imprisoned gang members.

Kentucky prison project opposed — Threat to wildlife and people

The Center for Biological Diversity and the Human Rights Defense Center have sent letters to the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, opposing a new maximum security prison in Letcher County.

Op-Ed: Why California should soon be sending fewer people to prison

Sacramento - Proposition 47 on California's November ballot would scale back California's “three-strikes” crime law, the harshest of these laws in the nation, and many commentators believe it will pass. This is a worthy initiative and deserves a "yes" vote.

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