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Arizona Considers Expanding Prison Privatization
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 30, 2010
Missouri is Informing Judges about the Costs of Sentences
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 29, 2010
Is This the Modern Prison?
Vikrant P. Reddy |
Send Nebraska’s State Inmates to County Jail?
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 26, 2010
It’s Time for a New Deal in Georgia Criminal Justice
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 23, 2010
Cutting Recidivism Saves Money and Lives
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 22, 2010
Robert Bentley’s Distinction Between Violent and Non-Violent Offenders
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 13, 2010
Prison Building in the Bluegrass State Is Not Getting Results
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 9, 2010
Crime Victims as “Consumers” of Justice
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 2, 2010
Bond v. United States
Grover Norquist’s remarks on the conservative case for criminal justice reform.
How Reliable are Crime Statistics in New York City?
Colorado’s Conservatives Tackle Prison Reform in The Citizen’s Budget
Vikrant P. Reddy | November 1, 2010
Slate.com interviews Prison Fellowship Founder Chuck Colson
Could Privatizing Michigan Prisons Light a Competitive Spark Throughout the Entire State?
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