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Courts need to be impartial on Issue 1

Originally Published by: The Blade By: David Safavian Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts said a judge’s job is “to call balls and strikes and not to pitch or bat.” Unfortunately, some of Ohio’s judges are ignoring the

Arizona is filling its prisons with ‘folks we’re just mad at’

Originally published in the Arizona Capitol Times By Pat Nolan Arizona is filling its prisons with ‘folks we’re just mad at’ Arizona is at a crossroads. Should we continue to build more costly prisons and fill them with low-level offenders?

Pregnant and imprisoned: The crisis thousands of women are facing

By Kaitlin Owens and Emily Mooney Originally published in TheHill Imagine you are a white-collar offender, who has just been arrested. As you wait for your trial, in prison, you find out you’re pregnant. Plagued with the reality that there are

First Step Act will move prison reform forward

Originally published in The Tennessean By David Safavian and Dr. Russell Moore One of the clear goals of this administration has been to roll back government overreach in order to provide greater opportunities for Americans. In February, President Trump explained

Letter for CA Gov Brown Re: Dignity for Incarcerated Women

August 17, 2018 The Honorable Edmund G. Brown Jr. Governor, State of California c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173 Sacramento, CA 95814 Dear Governor Brown, The American Conservative Union Foundation works to educate Americans on a number of important issues, including

Center-Right Coalition Urges DOJ to Continue to Fund JRI 

ACU joined with several center right organizations urging the Department of Justice to continue their funding of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI), which has helped over 35 states reform their justice systems, reducing crimes, costs, and incarceration rates along the