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The private prison field is dominated by a few companies that have swallowed the competition and entrenched their positions through aggressive lawyering, intricate financial arrangements and bribery and kickbacks, the New York Times reports. Private prison companies house 9 percent of the nation’s prisoners. They...

At Constitution Daily, Scott Bomboy looks at Washington v. United States, “a long-running dispute about salmon fishing, Indian treaty rights, and culverts in the state of Washington” that will be argued next week. For USA Today, Richard Wolf reports that as Justice Neil Gorsuch reaches his...