San Quentin State Prison – California’s oldest correctional institution – will undergo a transformation focused on rehabilitation.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office announced Thursday that inmates serving prison sentences will be moved elsewhere in the state penitentiary system. The state has 668 prisoners facing death sentences, almost all of them male, and about 100 have already been moved, state prison officials said.
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