justice reform

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We are a nation founded on laws and justice, where we believe everyone deserves a second chance.
Even people of goodwill who are not yet ready to jump on any prison abolition bandwagon might agree that we could stop sending people to jail for many misdemeanors.
FUSE changes this trajectory and offers a better path and outcomes. And since FUSE is an early intervention that follows
Our nation has an unprecedented opportunity to transform its approach to health and public safety, reducing mass incarceration and the associated fiscal and social costs that go along with it, while protecting public safety and helping people become healthier. The time is now to act
Former NYC police commissioner Bernard Kerik says Sen. Tom Cotton's argument against reform "is simply false."
Majorities in six key election states think the U.S. jails too many nonviolent offenders.
We are entering the most hopeful time of year; a time when goals, dreams and vision matter. It's the time when new beginnings -- or at least the idea of them -- have us feeling inspired and motivated.
Fixing the problem of mass incarceration, and other matters, were discussed at length in the Justice Reform Panel. Police chiefs don't deny there is a problem with racial profiling in some jurisdictions, and in some states, and aim to fix it.