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Arizona Prisons’ Healthcare Crisis Under Scrutiny – Third Contempt Case Looms!

Judge Contemplates Action Against Arizona Prisons Over Healthcare Crisis

Persistent Concerns Mount as Arizona Faces Potential Third Punishment for Prison Healthcare Crisis

According to FOX10, in Phoenix, Arizona, there’s a big fight over the quality of healthcare in the state’s prisons. A judge named Roslyn Silver is thinking about punishing the state for not making things better which could be the third time they get in trouble for it. Even though they’ve been fined millions before, people are still worried about prisoners not getting the medical help they need.

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Arizona Prisons’ Healthcare Crisis Under Scrutiny – Third Contempt Case Looms! (PHOTO: The Daily Gazette)

Arizona’s Prison Healthcare Crisis Under Scrutiny: Legal Battles and Concerns Persist

The judge is worried because there aren’t enough workers and the company hired, Naphcare isn’t paying them well. Lawyers for prisoners say a law from 2009 makes it hard for things to improve. This fight has been going on for years, despite fines and court orders. People like Kendall Johnson who had health problems in prison, say they’re still not getting proper care. Everyone is waiting to see if Arizona can finally fix its prison healthcare crisis.

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