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Taylor Eldridge is an Investigative Fellow. She is a graduate of Yale University and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she focused on investigative journalism. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker.
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Life Inside March 29
“I felt like I aged 10 years just by doing 20 days in there.”
News March 28
Even after the high-profile death of Kalief Browder, jails in the rest of the state routinely isolate juveniles.
News February 14
Johnson & Johnson uses the prospect of jail time to market a schizophrenia drug.
News January 12
An uproar over cost, selection — and coloring books.
News January 4
It just got a lot harder to send a care package to New York prisoners.
Feature December 21, 2017
Inside the booming market for food in pouches, clear electronics, pocket-less clothing and other corrections-approved goods.
News September 20, 2017
Colorado just outlawed jail for people in a psychiatric crisis, but plenty of states still do it.