California: No imminent need to force-feed inmates on hunger strike

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The California prison system had no imminent need to force-feed hunger-striking inmates on Tuesday, a day after it won federal court permission to do so because of concerns that prison gangs may have coerced prisoners into refusing food, a prison health spokeswoman said.

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