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As COVID Recedes in Prisons, Will Any Lessons Learned Stick?
Criminal Justice
As COVID Recedes in Prisons, Will Any Lessons Learned Stick?

Derrick Johnson had a makeshift mask. He had the spray bottle of bleach and extra soap that corrections officers provided. But he still spent every day crammed in a unit with 63 other men in a Florida prison, crowding into... Read More

Expanding Access to Methadone Treatment in Jails and Prisons
Discrimination
Expanding Access to Methadone Treatment in Jails and Prisons
2021-05-19 12:15:00
by Alexa Hornbeck

The ACLU of Illinois held a media availability this week with Christine Finnigan, who continued to receive her 'medically, necessary physician-prescribed methadone treatment' in DuPage County Jail following a lawsuit brought against the DuPage Sheriff's Office by the American Civil... Read More

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