In meetings over the past year, criminal justice reform advocates have leaned on conservative Texas leaders to show the tough-on-crime president how much money they saved on prison reforms. Now House Republicans will try to put those ideas into legislation.
In meetings over the past year, criminal justice reform advocates have leaned on conservative Texas leaders to show the tough-on-crime president how much money they saved on prison reforms. Now House Republicans will try to put those ideas into legislation. Rich Pedroncelli AP
In meetings over the past year, criminal justice reform advocates have leaned on conservative Texas leaders to show the tough-on-crime president how much money they saved on prison reforms. Now House Republicans will try to put those ideas into legislation. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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