A riot consumed a Southern California prison this weekend, injuring more than 175 people. It's just the latest in a myriad of problems facing the state's prison system. Soaring costs, prison populations, crumbling facilities and a $10 billion dollar price tag, to name a few. Madeleine Brand talks to NPR's Laura Sullivan.
Riot Latest In A String Of Problems For Calif. Prisons
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