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Private prisons are one of the most controversial areas of the justice system today. Although the Department of Justice made efforts to limit them during the Obama administration, the private corrections industry has regained influence under the current administration, which has proposed expanding privately run...

For the Tribune News Service (via Governing), Bob Egelko reports on Sessions v. Dimaya, in which the court ruled on Tuesday that a portion of the criminal-removal provision in the Immigration and Nationality Act is unconstitutionally vague. At Slate, Mark Joseph Stern observes that Dimaya...