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The White House and Koch Industries Collaborate for Criminal Justice Reform

Together with the U.S Justice Action Network, officials at the White House and leaders at Koch Industries are working towards reforming the current U.S. criminal justice system. The group aims to revise sentencing laws in hopes to decrease the 400 percent rise in prison population since the 1970s. This legislation would give judges more options for sentencing, give nonviolent and first time offenders a better chance of getting out of prison, and would combat recidivism by offering employers an incentive for hiring ex-convicts. So far the measure is moving forward in both houses with the intent of supporters to take action by early next year before the presidential elections.
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