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By Paul Wright

Sentencing Guidelines Commission Meetings. The SGC meets about every month or so to review how the SRA is working, its effects on prison and jail populations in the state of Washington, what recommendations to make to the legislature, trends in prison population due to sentencing, etc. The meetings are open to the public and family members can attend. The minutes are offered free and give a run down of what is discussed at the meetings. They usually have interesting information in each issue. Write: Sentencing Guidelines Commission, 3400 Capitol Blvd., Mail Stop QE-13, Olympia, WA 98504.

Political Review is a quarterly publication of the Political Review Japan Committee published in English. It is anti-imperialist in outlook and carries news on events in Japan as well as Japan's role in the outside world. It also carries articles by the JRA. It's free to prisoners and they want to exchange with similar publications. Write: PRJC, c/o Unita,

l -52Jinbo-Cho, Kanda, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Southern Coalition Report is a quarterly journal that focuses on prison conditions in the southern U.S. Each issue usually has a lot of coverage on the death penalty, as the South is responsible for almost 90% of all executions in the U.S. The Coalition also has a variety of educational and resource material in video and print form, mainly on the death penalty. Write: SCJP, P.O. Box 120044, Nashville, TN 37212.

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