Assessing 2020 Presidential Candidates On Criminal Justice Reform

Aug 27, 2019

Democrats running for president have floated some of the most progressive criminal justice reform ideas in years. They’re running against President Trump, who signed a bipartisan criminal justice reform bill into law last year.

Criminologist Kimya Dennis (@KimyaNDennisPhD) of the Notre Dame of Maryland University joins Here & Now‘s Susan Davis to discuss how criminal justice reform is playing out on the campaign trail.

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