Carole D'Elia

Little Hoover Commission

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Executive Director of the Little Hoover Commission, a state oversight agency

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Three years ago, the US Supreme court ruled that overcrowding in California’s prisons violated prisoners constitutional rights.

Prison Realignment and the Early Release of Jail Inmates

Three years ago, the US Supreme court ruled that overcrowding in California’s prisons violated prisoners constitutional rights.

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