In February 2016, at the request of the Minnesota Dept. of Health, a diverse group of about 30 people met in Minnesota to talk about the relationships between incarceration and health. In the previous blog, Part I, we discussed the more direct relationships between health and the people in prisons and jails in the US. The group also […]
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