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Prison officials oppose limits on restrictive housing

ANNAPOLIS — Representatives from Maryland's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services hope to reduce reliance on restrictive housing in prison facilities but voiced opposition Tuesday to a bill in the General Assembly that would severely limit its use. Inmates in restrictive housing, referred to as “solitary confinement” by opponents, are physically separated and placed in ...

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