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Can You Pass Our 2018 Quiz?

Test your memory on some of the year’s top criminal justice stories.

The Marshall Project is taking stock of the year’s criminal justice happenings. From new indictments in the Russia investigation to criminal justice wins in the midterms and Attorney General Jeff Sessions finally resigning, we’ve seen a lot in 2018. We witnessed more mass shootings that left scores of people dead, but no new gun control measures. States continued to lead on sentencing reforms. And meanwhile Congress is still weighing the First Step Act, which, if passed, would be the first major federal criminal justice bill in nearly eight years.

Take our quiz to see how much you remember.

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