Solitary Confinement Rules To Be Changed In California
Lawyers representing thousands of inmates who have been held in small, windowless rooms say they’ve reached a settlement with the state of California to end the practice of extreme long-term isolation. Michael Montgomery talks with Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins about the history of solitary confinement in California and what is going to change.
- Michael Montgomery, reporter for “Reveal” from the Center for Investigative Reporting. He tweets @MichaelMontCIR.
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