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The Montana Supreme Court has denied a petition to expand measures to reduce inmate populations in jails and prisons amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The petition was brought by the ACLU of Montana on behalf of Disability Rights Montana which argued the state needs to enforce a uniform response in jails and prisons in light of the pandemic. Tuesday the justices wrote they believe a directive from the Governor earlier this month best addresses the current crisis.

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