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Prison World–Clinton vs. Trump Debate

During the first presidential debate, Clinton called for reform of our system of justice. In Clinton’s April 2015 speech on criminal justice reform, she listed five points which included the end of private prisons. In the first presidential debate, Clinton renewed her call to end private prisons. She praised the Department of Justice‚Äôs announcement that […]

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Private Prisons for Profit

In August, the United States Justice Department announced that the Federal Bureau of Prisons will phase out the use of private prisons. This decision was based partly on a declining federal inmate population, but also on the multiple deficiencies of private prisons compared to federal government managed prisons. The Office of Inspector General released a […]

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Pres. Clinton or Pres. Trump: Easy Choice

As of today, Americans will have to choose between Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as our next president. If your goal is criminal justice reform, the choice is easy. Democrat President Obama has made criminal justice reform one of his priorities. He launched new policies to reduce the number of inmates and to help the […]

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Vote for Criminal Justice Reform–Vote Democratic

The outcome of the presidential election of 2016 will have a significant impact upon criminal justice reform. The remaining Republican candidates are silent about repairing our broken system of justice. With Gov. Christie and Sen. Rand withdrawing from the presidential race, do not expect any effort on the part of Mr. Trump and Sen. Cruz […]

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Democratic Criminal Justice Reformation

Democratic candidates, Clinton and Sanders held another town meeting on March 13th, in Ohio. Both candidates answered questions about reforming the American system of justice. As it now stands, the United States has the most inmates and prisons in the world. Approximately 25% of the world’s inmates are in the United States, even though the […]

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Inmates Don’t Vote–Inmate’s Families & Friends Do Vote

For the first time in modern presidential campaigns, presidential candidates are calling for criminal justice reform. The United States has almost 25% of the world’s inmates, despite having only 5% of the world’s population. 2.3 million inmates are imprisoned in our state, local, and federal prisons. Approximately another 4.8 million individuals are supervised by parole […]

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The Democratic Faces of Prison Reform

President Obama , presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, have advocated prison reform. All three have recognized and called for change to a justice system that has the most inmates and prisons-jails in the world. The United States has approximately 25% of the world’s inmates and about 4500 prisons and jails. The United States […]

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Only Bernie & Hillary Challenge Status Quo: USA 2015 Gold Medal for Most Inmates

  The Democratic presidential candidates, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, have challenged the status quo–the United States mass incarceration crisis. In 2015, the United States again won the top medal for the most inmates in the world. The United States, year after year, is awarded the Gold medal for the world’s largest inmate population at […]

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Dear Hillary and Bernie: The “F” Word & The Mass Incarceration Crisis

Dear Bernie and Hillary, Eliminating private federal prisons and their lust for profit (at the expense of inmates and correctional officers) is one small step toward ending our mass incarceration crisis. As presidential candidates, your platform should consist o;reforming our harsh sentencing laws for nonviolent offenders, stop the imprisonment of the mentally ill, provide drug […]

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Koch Brothers, Pres. Obama, Hillary Clinton-Criminal Justice Reform

The United States is finally beginning the era of true prison reform. We now hear and read that the Koch Brothers, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Gov. Christie, President Obama, and other influential Americans, calling for reform of our broken justice system. The far right, the center, and the far left have looked at our national […]

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