California authorities sought federal court permission to force feed some state prison inmates on Monday, six weeks into a hunger strike to protest against the state's solitary confinement policies, ... more 
California authorities sought federal court permission to force feed some state prison inmates on Monday, six weeks into a hunger strike to protest against the state's solitary confinement policies, court documents showed. Some 136 California inmates are currently refusing food as part of a strike launched on July. 69 of the striking inmates have refused food continuously since the strike began. We bet Al Pacino recently released a big old "hooah!" Al was in some serious Heat after California dealt him a tax lien in May. The actor apparently owed over $31K in back taxes for the years of 2009 and 2011. However, Al made them an offer they couldn't refuse: a check that quickly lifted the lien. less 
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