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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There are several human casualties so far, but major fires are still burning in Northern California, and there could be more.

California's Wildfires: Reckoning and Recovery

There are several human casualties so far, but major fires are still burning in Northern California, and there could be more.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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.

Human Rights in the Hidden World of State Prisons

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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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

California Prisons: Mercy or Madness?

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

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