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John Kelly, The Chronicle of Social Change •

‘Time is of the essence to get these bills to a vote on the House Floor before the session ends at noon tomorrow—Saturday, March 16th,”

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Susan Petroni, Framingham Source •

 Vice Chair of the Democratic Caucus Representatives Katherine Clark (D-MA), Senators Patty Murray (D-WA), ranking member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP)

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Reasonably Speaking Podcast, American Law Institute •

In this episode, Juvenile Law Center’s Co-Founder Marsha Levick and Columbia Law Professor Elizabeth Scott discuss the vulnerability of children when they enter the justice

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David Greenwald, The Davis Vanguard •

When you think of pressing criminal justice reform issues you may think of wrongful convictions, over-prosecution, the death penalty, the crisis of indigent defense, maybe

According to Vox, one of these reforms included the the relaxing of mandatory minimum sentencing requirements — requirements which sometimes resulted in nonviolent offenders being sentenced to