Efforts at criminal justice reform at the federal level have gained some traction and the Department of Justice is in the process of releasing some 6,000 federal inmates early. Still, the United States incarcerates more than two-million people in state and federal prisons. Please join us for a discussion of what should be on the table for substantial criminal justice reform and ask your questions live.
#CatoConnects: Prospects for Criminal Justice Reform
Featuring Adam Bates (@adamtaylorbates), policy analyst, Cato Institute Project on Criminal Justice; Molly Gill (@mmgillwriter), government affairs counsel, Families Against Mandatory Minimums; moderated by Caleb O. Brown (@cobrown), director of multimedia, Cato Institute.