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In a major development, San Quentin State Prison, known for housing the largest number of people on death row in the US, is set to be transformed into a rehabilitation facility.

California Governor Gavin Newsom’s office announced that the inmates serving death sentences at San Quentin will be relocated to other penitentiary facilities in the state.

The newly renamed San Quentin Rehabilitation Center will provide education and training to prisoners.

The announcement comes after Governor Newsom declared a moratorium on executions in 2019, and the last execution in California took place in 2006.

With this move, San Quentin, one of California’s most infamous prisons, will shift its focus from punishment to rehabilitation.

More details about the transformation will be announced by Governor Newsom during his visit to San Quentin tomorrow.

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