An inmate is escorted to a different unit at the California Medical Facility in Vacaville, Calif., Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013.
There's a disease that's killed more than 60 inmates over the past seven years: Valley Fever.
Valley Fever is a fungal infection that's been cropping up at two prisons in Central California. On Monday, the federal official in charge of medical care in state prisons prisons ordered thousands of high-risk inmates out of these facilities because of the airborne disease.
For more on this we're joined now by Don Specter, head of the Prison Law Office, a non-profit public interest law firm.