In this interview, policy analyst Joe Luppino-Esposito joins "The Scott Adams Show" to discuss how the current administration is setting various policies regarding the use of criminal records for empl...
In a keynote address given at the American Enterprise Institute, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, co-sponsor of the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, discussed the efforts that many conservative...
An editorial in the Tyler Morning Telegraph draws heavily from a new report released by Derek Cohen of the Texas Public Policy Foundation stating that sentencing enhancements—statutory provisions ...
This editorial from “The Olympian” staff in Washington State explains that “it’s time to reform our criminal justice system and find smarter ways to protect the public from crime.”
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has launched a six-month study of the state’s justice system that seeks to curb stubbornly high—and increasing—recidivism rates, drug overdoses, and other problems.
This editorial from Detroit News staff discusses a 22-bill criminal justice package that expands probation and parole, among other reforms.
Governor Bill Haslam is expected to hold a ceremonial bill signing on package that includes bills related to criminal records, juvenile justice reform.
Oklahoma DPS has purchased several devices capable of seizing funds loaded on to prepaid debit cards to aid troopers in roadside seizures of suspected drug-trafficking proceeds.
California lawmakers are on the cusp of passing reforms to rein in civil-asset forfeitures.
In the world of conservative criminal justice reform,the most excitingadvances are taking place at the state level. States are findinginnovative ways to increase public safety while trimming burdensome corrections costs.Every state is different, and thus every state is finding unique solutions. All of the red states on themap, however, have one thing in common: They are seizing the opportunity tocut corrections costs and keep the public safe.