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03/07/22-TIME “Biden has a unique responsibility regarding criminal-justice reform, given his large role in creating and crafting a lot of the policies that got us in this mess in the first place,” Ojmarrh Mitchell, CJRA Expert.

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02/14/22-Atlanta Black Star “If you’re going to raid a place that has drugs, then drugs are readily disposable, and we don’t want to give occupants time to get rid of the evidence, so we saw a great utilization of no-knock warrants during the war on drugs,” Delores Jones-Brown, CJRA Expert.

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02/10/22-TIME “Issues with violence and the murder rate now cannot be blamed on bail reform. They can be blamed on structural racism and structural disadvantages and a refusal to solve crime at its roots,” Ashley Nellis, CJRA Expert.

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01/16/22-Detroit News Jennifer Peck, CJRA Expert.

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01/07/22-National Affairs“We find a large and significant reduction in recidivism rates. This reduction is consistent across racial groupings. Moreover, people with higher levels of participation recidivate at even lower rates. In light of these findings, we provide policy recommendations that support college-in-prison programs,” CJRA Study.

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01/06/22-NewsInnings “Numerous barriers, including finding and maintaining jobs, securing housing, renewing ties with family and others, prevent religion from effectively supporting the reentry process for many incarcerated men, which can encourage relapse,” CJRA Study.

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01/06/22-MyDroll “Numerous barriers, including finding and maintaining jobs, securing housing, renewing ties with family and others, prevent religion from effectively supporting the reentry process for many incarcerated men, which can encourage relapse,” CJRA Study.

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01/06/22-Mashup “Numerous barriers, including finding and maintaining jobs, securing housing, renewing ties with family and others, prevent religion from effectively supporting the reentry process for many incarcerated men, which can encourage relapse,” CJRA Study.

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