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California Inmates Go on Hunger Strike

This is the second time this year inmates have protested against prison conditions.

For the second time this year, hundred of California inmates are on a hunger strike in protest of what they call inhumane prison and jail conditions. Advocacy groups and families say that inmates are treated inhumanely, but corrections officials deny the claims.

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