State Prisons and the Race for California Governor

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Two of Arnold Schwarzenegger's directors of prisons resigned this year charging that the prison guards' union had too much influence in the Governor's office. John Hagar, a court-appointed federal watchdog accursed Schwarzenegger of reneging on promised prison reforms, also because of the union. But now the 31,000-member California Correctional Peace Officers Association--one of Sacramento's most powerful players--has endorsed rival gubernatorial candidate, Democrat Phil Angelides.  Will prison reform become an issue in this year's campaign?




Warren Olney


Frances Anderton