Carnuccio, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs writes: “An effective, efficient, transparent and accountable corrections system should pay restitution to victims while focusing on getting those mothers reformed and back at home with their children.

We need to start getting serious about breaking the cycle, not just throwing more money and cell bars at it. That is why I am a proud signatory of the “Right on Crime” statement of principles, along with notable conservative leaders like Edwin Meese, Chuck Colson, Pat Nolan, J.C. Watts and Jeb Bush.”

Read Carnuccio’s full article in The Journal Record.