Jul 13, 2015

Mia Love Says Criminal Justice Reform Is 'Moral Issue' | PJ Media

Reps. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) and Bobby Scott (D-Va.) have teamed up on a bill that would reform the federal criminal justice system.Koch Industries, the American Civil Liberties Union and #cut50, a group co-founded by activist Van Jones, joined the lawmakers during a press event on Capitol Hill.Sensenbrenner said the Safe, Accountable, Fair, and Effective (SAFE) Justice Act would bring about...

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