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Rehauling California Incarceration, Debunking The 12 Steps, Loving Dubstep's Drop

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Rehauling California Incarceration, Debunking The 12 Steps, Loving Dubstep's Drop

Rehauling California Incarceration, Debunking The 12 Steps, Loving Dubstep's Drop

Rehauling California Incarceration, Debunking The 12 Steps, Loving Dubstep's Drop

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Inmates in a recreation yard at the Deuel Vocational Institution in Tracy, Calif. California is trying to address court-ordered reductions in overcrowding with a plan to shift thousands of those convicted of "non-serious" crimes to county jails. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Inmates in a recreation yard at the Deuel Vocational Institution in Tracy, Calif. California is trying to address court-ordered reductions in overcrowding with a plan to shift thousands of those convicted of "non-serious" crimes to county jails.

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In this week's podcast, California attempts to deal with overcrowded prisons, an addiction specialist challenges AA and 12-step programs, and dubstep icon Skrillex discusses his latest album.