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Conservative Criminal Justice Reform Advocates to Rally Support for the First Step Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 13, 2018 Contact: David Safavian Phone: (202) 347-9388 Email: [email protected] *Location and Time Change* Conservative Criminal Justice Reform Advocates to Rally Support for the First Step Act Join Senator Mike Lee at Press Conference Thursday in

American Conservative Union Scores Win with Approval of ALEC Model Policy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 4, 2018 CONTACT: David Safavian or Kaitlin Owens PHONE: 202-347-9388 EMAIL: [email protected] [email protected] Dignity for Incarcerated Women Advances at ALEC American Conservative Union Scores Win with Approval of ALEC Model Policy Washington, D.C. – At the winter meeting of

Mike Lee Accuses Tom Cotton of Spreading “Fake News” on Criminal-Justice-Reform Bill

Originally Published by: National Review By: Jack Crowe In a Monday tweet, Senator Mike Lee of Utah lambasted his Republican colleague, Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, for spreading “fake news” about the bipartisan criminal-justice-reform bill currently making its way through

ACU Stands with President Trump, Congressional Republicans, and Law Enforcement to Support the FIRST STEP ACT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Washington, DC – The American Conservative Union’s (ACU) general counsel, David Safavian, issued the following statement today about the important criminal justice reform legislation known as the First Step Act: “Ninety-five percent of

Time to Pass First Step Act

Originally Published by: The Hill By: Adam Brandon The Senate, led by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), has a prime opportunity to change its reputation and pass a landmark piece of conservative legislation. It arises on the issue of criminal

“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