The two men haven't met, but their stories are strikingly similar.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Friday that will end the use of private prisons and privately-run immigration detention facilities.
SunTrust is the fourth major US bank to end its business relationships with owners of immigrant detention centers on the border between the United States and Mexico.
Prison operators have been thrust into the spotlight recently since many of them run the controversial immigrant detention centers near the US border with Mexico.
Bank of America will end its association with companies that provide prisoner and immigrant detention services at both the state and federal levels. The move comes amid growing public concern about the nation's border policies.
Illinois Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker signed a bill on Friday that bans private immigration detention centers in the state, making it the first in the nation to forbid the practice, according to a release from the governor's office.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren unveiled a plan Friday to ban private prisons and detention facilities, should she be elected president in 2020.
Friday was a bad day for private prisons.
British politicians don't find much to agree on these days. But mention the National Health Service, as President Donald Trump did on Tuesday, and the country unites in one voice: Hands off our NHS.