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REVOLVING DOORS: The crisis in California's parole system
by Mark Walker and Teri FigueroaNorth County Times
State's parole system staggers near collapse

July 8, 1pm UC Berkeley Rolling Solidarity Fast: Kick-off Bancroft and Telegraph

Monday, Dec 17, 2012 Bay Area's First Prop. 36 Hearing Held in CoCo County By Jodi Hernandez
California voters made it possible for certain inmates to get an early release from prison

November 8, 2012 The process of asking California courts to revisit old sentences could take as long as two years and benefit roughly 3,000 prisoners. By Jack Leonard and Maura Dolan, Los Angeles Times

Oct. 22, 2012 Correctional officers union stays low-profile for election By Jon Ortiz

18 October 2012 Proposition 36 promises an end to California's punitive three strikes law By:Sadhbh Walshe,

September 6, 2012 California's bid to end U.S. control of prison healthcare denied By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times
A U.S. district judge says he will require tougher reviews than California wants before agreeing to dissolve the receivership that has run inmate care for six years.

August 18, 2012 State Says It Can't Reduce Inmate Total Bob Egelko
California officials, under U.S. Supreme Court orders to lower the population of its crowded prisons by 33,000 to bring a shoddy health care system up to constitutional standards, say they can't comply and shouldn't have to.

May 19th 2012 California’s overcrowded prisons America is home to almost one in four of the world’s prisoners. Now its largest state is embarking on reform LOS ANGELES | from the print edition

April 29th, 2012 Three strikes reform could save $100 million a year Orange County Register Teri Sforza, Register staff writer

April 23, 2012 CDCR Releases Plan to Cut Billions in Prison Spending and Meet Federal Court Mandates
Federal health-care oversight should end by 2013

March 21, 2012 March 21, 2012 Justices’ Ruling Expands Rights of Accused in Plea Bargains By ADAM LIPTAK NY Times

Mar. 18, 2012 Viewpoints: '3-strikes' penalties are costly, waste lives Special to The Bee

11/29/2011 Mercury News editorial: State must fix three strikes law Mercury News Editorial

November 9, 2011 California legislators head to Maui for retreat funded by special interests By Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
About 15 lawmakers are scheduled to attend the five-day event on the tab of the Independent Voter Project, a nonprofit policy group largely funded by business and labor interests. Reporting from Sacramento—

Three Strikes Reform Initiative for 2012 Ballot

Monday 17 October 2011 California Prison Hunger Strike Ends, Conditions of "Immense Torture" Continue by: Victoria Law, Truthout | Report

September 28, 2011 Report Details Wide Abuse in Los Angeles Jail System By JENNIFER MEDINA Los Angeles Times

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