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Cliff Albright May 25
Just one of many reasons why is headed to Shreveport & other parts of LA.
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G ben cohen May 25
You are awesome . would so appreciate it. Or where Sully helped transform indigent defense in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina...
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Policy Matters Ohio May 25
If we do it right, SB 3 could redirect more than $226 million from our bloated prison system back to our communities.
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G ben cohen May 24
“Society changes. Knowledge accumulates. We learn, sometimes, from our mistakes. Punishments that did not seem cruel...may, in the light of reason and experience, be found cruel and unusual... Standards of decency have evolved since 1980. They will never stop doing so.”
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G ben cohen May 24
Corey making one year of freedom, in a world set up to frustrate, undermine, and hold people back.
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Ava DuVernay May 24
Michael Thompson is now serving 40-60 years in a Michigan prison. His father, mother and son have died while he’s been behind bars. He sold pot to police in 1994. Michigan legalized pot in 2018. He is imprisoned for a crime that is no longer a crime.
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The Promise of Justice Initiative May 24
Pro-death penalty extremists are trying to push a bill dismantling transparency in execution protocols in Louisiana. says this is a “gesture of dictatorships”
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G ben cohen May 24
House lawmakers debate Louisiana's death penalty, but cast no votes | Legislature |
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mercedesmontag May 23
👇 what he said. gets an honorable mention from me.
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G ben cohen May 24
Because transparency and openness matters most, when the government is performing its most powerful acts... a great editorial by
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G ben cohen May 23
Profoundly thankful to Rep. Terry Landry for bringing the conversation of ridding Louisiana of the ... Going to make Louisiana a better place.
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G ben cohen May 23
For my sons to read.
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G ben cohen May 23
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G ben cohen May 23
Three of the top five most segregated cities are in Louisiana?
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G ben cohen May 22
You are asking the right question; I just haven’t heard the answer. The only response I hear is: DOC decides who to buy it from. But if the only place that will provide it, is an AG campaign contributor... people who believe in good government might have concerns.
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G ben cohen May 22
Replying to @davidminpdx
Oregon and Louisiana. Practicing the hypocrisy that they preach.
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G ben cohen May 22
Are any of the compounding pharmacies that he said would do it, compounding pharmacies (or their owners) who made contributions to — its a basic question.
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G ben cohen May 22
The AG’s office is specifically saying that he has compounding pharmacies willing to provide lethal injection drugs if their names are secret. Believe him or don’t. The DOC is not saying this. There just saying that they can’t get the drugs at all.
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Hannah Riley May 22
Tomorrow, Florida will execute Bobby Joe Long, a veteran who sustained serious brain damage in an accident while he was on active duty at the age of 20. This is who we execute in America. Mentally ill people; sick people; abused & neglected people. Brain damaged veterans.
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Robert Dunham May 22
Tomorrow, is scheduled to execute . Long is a disabled Vietnam veteran who received a 1980 VA Military Service Related Disability for “Traumatic Brain Disease” as a result of an active duty brain injury in 1975.
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