Judge’s ruling in Ontario prison case considered landmark in holding state accountable

Hand-washing stations outside Snake River Correctional Institution. Advocates criticized the hand-washing infrastructure inside the prison, saying that prisoners often lacked soap and a way to dry their hands. (Kezia Setyawan/The Enterprise)

ONTARIO – Lawyers and advocates say that the sweeping court order requiring reforms in Snake River Correctional Institution’s Covid protocols is a landmark. The case, they say, not only raised . . .

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