Nancy Kincaid

California Department of Insurance

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Press secretary for the California Department of Insurance; former communications director for California Prison Health Care Services

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On July 1, inmates at the Pelican Bay State Prison near the Oregon border began a hunger strike that ultimately involved 6600 prisoners in 13 of California's 33 institutions.

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"If we can't start with a quadriplegic, where can we start?"

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"If we can't start with a quadriplegic, where can we start?"

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