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Criminal Justice Reform is a Bi-partisan Issue

Originally published at National Review by Michael Tanner | May 29, 2019
Both Trump and the Democrats have brought attention to the issue.
While we should expect the upcoming presidential campaign to focus on traditional issues of the economy, taxes, foreign policy, trade, and immigration — as well as the elephant in the room that is Donald Trump — criminal-justice reform has become a surprisingly hot topic on the campaign trail.
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