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On Tuesday, Florida voters approved Amendment 4, which restored the voting rights of people with past felony convictions.
Commentary November 7, 2018
With the passage of Amendment 4, more than a million people intimately affected by the criminal justice system have become more empowered to shape it.
Satana Deberry is a reform candidate in the race for district attorney in Durham, N.C.
News May 1, 2018
The goals of the effort are trickling down, even if the money isn’t.
The Kansas Supreme Court listening to arguments in a school funding case in September.
News November 15, 2016
More than $19 million spent on campaigns for top court seats in 27 states.
Sara Bullis fills out her election ballot with her sons, Haden and Harold, on election day in Drummond, Okla.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
From early release to bail reform, reform efforts gain some ground.
Andrew Warren, above, won the race for Hillsborough state attorney in Florida against Mark Ober.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
Reform-minded candidates unseat incumbents in some races.
A condemned inmate is led out of his cell on death row at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, California in 2016.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
Voters in three states approve measures to strengthen capital punishment.
Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Mich. on election day.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
There’s a new sheriff in town.
Life Inside November 3, 2016
“Yo… this dude Trump is outta line!”
Crime on the Ballot November 1, 2016
Campaign ads in the age of criminal justice reform.
Case in Point October 24, 2016
Ex-prisoners challenge a law that lets local bureaucrats judge “moral turpitude.”