Andy Furillo

Staff Writer, Sacramento Bee

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A federal judge in San Francisco has ruled that Governor Schwarzenegger has just six months to ease overcrowding at state prisons.

Renewed Restrictions on Prison Overcrowding

A federal judge in San Francisco has ruled that Governor Schwarzenegger has just six months to ease overcrowding at state prisons.

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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.

State Prisons and the Race for California Governor

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.

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