Criminal Justice Reform


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The current system of criminal rehabilitation in Wisconsin is costing taxpayers in excess of $1 billion every year and making it difficult for people to stay out of jail once they leave. Read more

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Can the creation of the new justice reform task force give us a reason to believe that justice actually resides in the Wisconsin criminal justice system? Read more

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University of Minnesota professor Joe Soss visited UW-Milwaukee last Friday to deliver a talk about the criminal justice system and revenue making. Read more

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It’s unfortunate that anyone has to say this, but it’s high time that Wisconsin follow other states’ examples of successful criminal justice reform; states ahead of us in this area include not only Michigan, but also Texas and Mississippi. Read more

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