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We learned no more than 1 in 4 of the newly eligible voters had registered for the 2020 election in four key states. Here’s how to examine yours.
News Inside November 17, 2020
News Inside knows that political debates are always taking place behind the wall, even after the presidential election. That’s why Issue 6 is full of information that will help folks inside strengthen their arguments.
Feature November 3, 2020
Here are their stories.
News October 26, 2020
The majority of the 745,000 people held in local jails can vote, but few do. Advocates say it’s voter suppression on a national scale.
Feature June 23, 2020
A group of 2020 hopefuls say their first-hand experience with the justice system makes them best suited to fix it.
Commentary November 13, 2018
Midterms show wide support across party lines for changing the system.
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.
Commentary August 20, 2018
Denying voting rights to people with felony convictions has roots in racist laws.
News August 1, 2018
Do states have an obligation to educate formerly incarcerated people about their new rights?
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
From early release to bail reform, reform efforts gain some ground.