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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Cali May Cap Number of Inmates

From NPR.com: Federal judges who say the conditions in California's prisons are unconstitutional are considering a move to cap the number of inmates in the state. Pat Nolan, a former legislator in California and for 26 months an inmate in a California prison, talks with Madeleine Brand. Nolan is now the vice president of Prison Fellowship, which works with churches to minister to prisoners and ex-prisoners. Brand also talks to former inmates Keith Butler and Marilyn Austin-Smith about what it's like in California prisons. Rest of Article. . . [Mark Godsey]

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