by Peter Wagner, June 29, 2009

The New York Times again mentions the importance of where people in prison are counted in the 2010 Census to the political future of the New York State: Democratic Lock Seen on 2013 Albany Senate


by Peter Wagner, June 27, 2009

Professor Douglas A. Berman mentions our new Pennsylvania report on his Sentencing Law & Policy blog.


by Peter Wagner, June 27, 2009

article thumbnailAmaris Elliott-Engel writes an excellent story Report: Census Prisoner Count Dilutes Urban Political Clout in the The Legal Intelligencer about our new report on prison-based gerrymandering in Pennsylvania.


by Peter Wagner, June 27, 2009

We just released our newest report on the Census Bureau’s prison count and prison-based gerrymandering:
Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Pennsylvania


by Peter Wagner, June 26, 2009

We’ve released a report calling for Pennsylvania to reject the Census Bureau’s flawed prison counts and to end prison-based gerrymandering: Importing Constituents: Prisoners and Political Clout in Pennsylvania.


by Peter Wagner, June 12, 2009

The Prison Policy Initiative and Demos have written to the Maine Department of Education Commissioner asking her to declare a school board apportionment based on prison populations in violation of the principles of one person one vote. [PDF]



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Events

  • May 15, 2018:
    Our Policy Analyst Lucius Couloute will be at the LEDA Summit on Race and Inclusion in Holland, Michigan, presenting his research on the challenges and disadvantages people face when they are released from prison. Tickets are available on LEDA’s website.

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