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Medical ethics experts have criticized the state’s prison officials and say masks to protect against COVID-19 should be distributed ‘with no strings attached.’
Civil rights groups demand change as other states move away from the practice of isolating people sentenced to death.
The same culture exists across the country, experts say—with devastating effects.
‘Worst policy imaginable’ punishes, rather than treats, patients who earn less than a dollar an hour, advocates say.
The company recently lost its contract with Arizona after allegations of serious—and sometimes fatal—medical neglect that have echoes across the country.
Lawsuits that challenge mental healthcare and medical care for incarcerated people advance in Illinois.
Lawsuits allege that a private Tennessee prison neglected diabetic prisoners, contributing to at least one death.