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Religious right to start pressure campaign around criminal justice reform

Originally  Published by: Politico Written by: Lorraine Woellert The Faith and Freedom Coalition will ask members to flood Mitch McConnell and other Republicans with calls backing the Senate legislation. Religious leaders buoyed by a successful alliance with the Trump administration

First Step: Pro-Cop, Pro-Borders, Pro-Criminal Justice Reform

Originally Published by: Town Hall Written by: Michelle Malkin The package of criminal justice reform proposals endorsed by President Donald Trump is not “soft” on crime. It’s tough on injustice. And it’s about time. Known as the “First Step Act,”

Prison reform is on the horizon — Now the Senate must pass it

Originally Published by: Fox News By: Tim Head The U.S. justice system is built upon certain principles. One of them is that offenders make amends for their wrongdoing and provide restitution to their victims. Criminals, including those who commit low-level,

Sen. Mike Lee: A conservative case for criminal justice reform

Originally published by: Fox News By: Sen. Mike Lee “Government’s first duty,” President Reagan said in 1981 and President Trump recently tweeted, “is to protect the people, not run their lives.” The safety of law-abiding citizens has always been a

“Fraternal Order of Police Partners with President Trump on Criminal Justice Reform”

Statement of Support Issued by Chuck Canterbury- National President of the Fraternal Order of Police Originally Published By: Fraternal Order of Police Chuck Canterbury, National President of the Fraternal Order of Police, announced his support today for legislation developed by

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