Reforming the Cal youth penal system

Gov. Schwarzenegger has his share of flaws, but his administration’s plan to reform the juvenile prison system sounds like a step in the right direction. It would focus on vocational training, education and counselling instead of punitive measures — and while critics say it doesn’t go far enough (I agree), it’s a step ahead of just about every other state system. Ever tight-fisted Schwarzenegger, of course, hasn’t dedicated nearly enough money to the project. But the youth prison system is in such trouble that he may have no choice.


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2 comments for “Reforming the Cal youth penal system

  1. May 16, 2005 at 11:32 am

    It will help greatly as long as the get the money. Arnie is a “true” Republican, meaning that he is very conservative when it comes to money, not social or cultural ideas.

  2. May 16, 2005 at 11:21 pm

    Try to find Angela Davis’ lecture (on CD) The Prison Industrial Complex….

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