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House Judiciary Committee Gets Broader Jurisdiction After Rule Change
  • News
  • National Law Journal
Coalition Letter in Support of Amending Rule on House Judiciary Committee Jurisdiction
A Rare Bipartisan Consensus In Favor of Overcriminalization Reform
  • News
  • National Review Online
Amicus Brief in Umaña v. United States (U.S. Supreme Court, Cert Stage).
Amicus Brief in Umaña v. United States (U.S. Supreme Court, Cert Stage).
Behind a Woman’s Prison Walls
‘Orange is the New Black’ author receives award for work to reform prisons
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  • Scripps Howard Foundation Wire
Smarter Sentencing Bill would reduce prison costs by more than $4 billion
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  • KCSG Television
Letter to the U.S. Sentencing Commission Supporting 2014 Drug Guidelines Amendment Retroactivity
A letter from former judges and prosecutors urging the U.S. Sentencing Commission to make retroactive a recently adopted amendment to the Drug Quantity Table that reduces all drug sentencing guidelines by two levels.
Former Judges and Prosecutors Back Reduced Sentences for Low-Level Drug Crimes
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