Joyce Hayhoe

California Prison Health Care Receivership Corporation

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Director of Legislation and Communications for the California Prison Health Care Receivership Corporation, which is mandated to improve the prison medical system for the Department of Corrections

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Fifty years ago, forced sterilization of prisoners, the mentally ill and the poor was common in California.

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Fifty years ago, forced sterilization of prisoners, the mentally ill and the poor was common in California.

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