Politics & Government

July 28, 2014 12:00 AM

Lawsuits over Valley fever pile up against California’s prison system

The latest suit, filed in federal court in Sacramento on behalf of 58 current and former inmates, accuses the state of knowing for years that its Central Valley prisons were incubators for the incurable sickness, but doing nothing to address the problem.

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