Asylum at the Jail 

As the county debates where to expand the jail, others wonder why the jail is the second-largest mental health institution in the state

Three-East in the Spokane County Jail: Men in dark jumpsuits and pink socks hang around, sitting at tables, clustered in corners and glued to the bank of six phones, their connection to the outside. Inside one of the floor’s dorms, a…

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