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Right on Crime | May 21, 2014
(Washington, DC) – In what was the largest such gathering of its kind to address conservative criminal justice reform, leaders from across the nation representing ideologies ranging from fiscal conservatives to social conservatives, gathered at Right on Crime’s Leadership Summit. Organized by the Texas Public Policy Foundation and Right on Crime signatories David Keene, Grover Norquist, Richard Viguerie and Pat Nolan, attendees heard from legislators in states where reform was enacted, governors who videotaped messages on their support of reform efforts, and updates on state and federal legislation. As a result, a call to action was issued to Congress and the states to move swiftly on reform suggestions that would increase public safety, restore victims, and cut spending.