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Criminal Justice Reform Pays Dividends

Our state government spent $25 million housing state prisoners in county jails as recently as Fiscal Year 2012. In Fiscal Year 2014, that budget expenditure was reduced to $41,000, a whopping reduction of more than 99.8 percent. 345 more words

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2014 Mid-Terms: A Comedy Of Errors

In just days…..Americans will go vote…….if you can call it that…….

I would like to give my opinion of the 2014 mid-terms……I searched for the most appropriate word that could sum up what I think of the election…..after many minutes of thinking I finally came up with the one word that could do justice to this election…..then BAM!  400 more words

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Congresswoman Barbara Lee: Celebrate Civil Rights on November 4th

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court launched a series of attacks on the voting rights of all Americans.

           

The court allowed Texas’ controversial new voter ID law to stand, a decision that will restrict the voices of African Americans, Latinos, seniors, the poor, and students. 449 more words

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