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Jail Meals

Four disabled inmates claim in court that the Minnesota Department of Corrections has stopped serving them meals in their jail cells and is now making them walk to the dining hall to eat.

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Four disabled inmates claim in court that the Minnesota Department of Corrections has stopped serving them meals in their jail cells and is now making them walk to the dining hall to eat.

The plaintiffs are Nicco Redding, Michael Dahlin, Charles Andrews and Vaughn Yaints

Categories / Civil Rights

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