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by Peter Wagner,
January 15, 2010
Matt Kelley cites PPI’s research on sentencing enhancement zones in a post saluting New Jersey’s first-in-the-nation reform of these short-sighted laws.
Matt Kelley features our map of Hampden County, MA sentencing enhancement zones as the Monday map on Change.org. The post goes on to talk about our new report Reaching too far, coming up short: How large sentencing enhancement zones miss the mark.
We’ve released our newest report about Massachusetts’ sentencing enhancement zone law: Reaching too far, coming up short: How large sentencing enhancement zones miss the mark.
Our new video explains that sentencing enhancement zone laws (a.k.a. school zone laws) do not work and will never work.
We are leading the movement to protect our democracy from the Census Bureau's prison miscount.
The federal government must act to protect families from the predatory prison telephone industry.
Criminal justice policy in every region of the United States is out of step with the rest of the world.
Short videos use humor to challenge the claim that video visitation is 'just like Skype.'
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