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Loliz Feb 17
Replying to @JoyAnnReid
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Wisconsin Assembly GOP Feb 18
Replying to @WIAssemblyGOP
Assembly Republican is tough but smart on crime, without letting violent offenders back into our neighborhoods.
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Wisconsin Assembly GOP Feb 18
Widespread support of the Assembly Republican package. Judges, District Attorneys, Public Defenders, Law Enforcement agree this reform is needed.
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Delilahzoe 6h
Love all your perspectives! Have you seen this talk on in ?
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Focused & Determined Feb 18
is making excellent strides in !
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Amudh Fragrance™ 17h
Polygraph tests should be common things in criminal procedure.
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1700 West 🇺🇸 35m
How one lawmaker is stopping bills that could change sentencing, punishment in .
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Shelby Henderson 2h
People with a criminal record face many challenges trying to gain employment find housing benefits ect.!! Let’s make illegal to discriminate against persons with a criminal record !!!
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Clean Slate 4 All Feb 19
Join in the fight for federal legislation that would give millions of Americans the second chances they deserve.
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Laura Hancock Feb 19
: points to Senate Bill 3 . It's s placeholder bill cuz starting to hear concerns about law and system.
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Ree ✨🦋 Feb 17
Replying to @LATstevelopez
She has changed her tune; notably on . She fought the 3:1 for one time for firefighters, arguing their $2 a day pay would cost the state too much if they got good time off. She was for prison slavery - until now.
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Kenyatta M. Thompson 4h
Replying to @K_Muzzanni
Everything from , to , to was laid before leaders in the General Assembly. I’m excited to see how these leaders take on the issues raised, and look forward to working with our members in the coming session.
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Andrew Davis Feb 18
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Top of mind, Republicans -- with the strong backing of -- just led historic reforms on , and are looking to do even more. This is an issue that profoundly impacts minority communities and families.
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William Russell Wade Feb 12
I mean, if they make it difficult, if not impossible to be legal, then that falls under .
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(((Richard L. Tackett))) 11h
If governments, at any level, are dependent on law enforcement to bring in revenue, there’s already a problem
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New Yorkers United for Justice 13h
New York’s discovery laws allow prosecutors to inappropriately withhold evidence, meaning the innocent can go to jail and criminals can go free. Our laws are backwards, ineffective and dangerous. We need now →
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Bai Shen Acupuncture 4h
Replying to @johncusack @SenSanders
We’re No Animals :) (couldn’t resist) We’re the Grass Roots of this country and we know what’s up and we know can lead they way.. with truth and 30+ years of experience!
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Tony Owusu Feb 15
Is the president is advocating for the death penalty for drug dealers?
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Mochagirl73 Feb 18
Replying to @WWAVinc @davidminpdx
“Every week over the last decade, prison staff found at least one person who had been kept in jail or prison longer than their sentence required. One state inmate was imprisoned 960 days, almost 3 yrs past his official release date.”
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Charlotte Fox 14h
On this , , fighting for and honoring the impact of silent protests. Let's set aside time today to affirm the importance of and work to end police brutality.
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