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California / Prison Overcrowding #847991

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 21, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The plan in California to export inmates to other states due to prison overcrowding noted; map shown.

(Sacramento: Kareen Wynter) California’s prison crisis featured; scenes shown from California State Prison in Solano; details given about Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposals for reform. [Prisoners Tony DOLES‡, Jowell FINLEY†- complain about not having space.] [Correctional officer Daniel JACKSON†- says it’s not a safe environment.] [State senator Michael MACHADO†- comments on Schwarzenegger’s emergency proclamation.] [California Department of Corrections Secretary James TILTON†- warns about running out of beds.]

Lin, Carol;
Wynter, Kareen

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