Policies by State
[Exiting Solitary Confinement: A Survey of State Correctional Policies](https://www.uclalawreview.org/exiting-solitary-confinement-a-survey-of-state-correctional-policies/] - MICHELLE GHAFAR J.D. 2016, UCLA School of Law, Epstein Public Interest Law & Policy Program, Critical Race Studies Specialization. 64 UCLA L. Rev. 508 (2017)
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Recent reports of solitary’s harmful effects have helped bolster cases in multiple states where the capitally-condemned await their fates.
Changes to North Carolina’s Department of Public Safety segregation policies in the past year have highlighted another common issue nationwide in the prison reform discussion: without adequate funding, naming the problem isn’t enough.