Brown administration reaches agreement with state engineers’ union
Other state unions likely will confront same terms
Artice Nelson admits he was spoiled at Del Campo High School.
After years of legal fights and mass hunger strikes among California prison inmates, state officials and inmate advocates announced sweeping changes Tuesday aimed at curbing the use of solitary confinement for nearly 2,000 prisoners.
It took hunger strikes, pilot programs and years of litigation, but California agreed to alter its over-reliance on solitary confinement.
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