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Alysia Santo is a staff writer. She was a finalist for a 2015 Livingston Award for a story about the sexual abuse of Texas prisoners by staff members. Previously, she covered issues in New York’s detention facilities for the Albany Times Union, and was an assistant editor at Columbia Journalism R...

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who oversees immigration judges, is considering limiting their power to "administratively close" cases. @cm_thompson3 looks at why this could have huge implications for immigrants and their families.
Last year @MarshallProj's @elibhager wrote about parents being billed for their kids' incarceration. This week, one California county is giving parents of kids who were wrongfully incarcerated a refund.
An incarcerated man questions whether doctors are telling him the truth about his health. "How can I eat like this for over a decade, sleep on a thin mattress over a metal bunk, & still be healthy?" By @MarshallProj contributing writer Rahsaan Thomas:
Support for capital punishment in the U.S. is at about 55%, its lowest point in more than four decades. So what can we expect in 2018? @mauricechammah takes a look:
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