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November 15, 2022

Another round up of post-election criminal justice analysis

As noted before, I did a number of pre-election posts with a round-up of news and commentary focused on criminal justice policy and politics as the 2022 voting approached (see here and here and here).  In turn, late last week, I did a first post-election round-up (and update) with news and commentary as all the 2022 mid-term votes were being counted.  With counting now almost complete, here are another set of new pieces in this space:

From the ACLU, "Three Key Criminal Legal Reform Takeaways from the 2022 Midterms"

From Colorado Public Radio "For losing Republicans, a silver lining: They pushed the conversation on crime and public safety during the election"

From The Crime Report, "Reform – Not Crime – Was the Winning Message in 2022"

From Filter, "Midwest Offers Only Real Reform Highlights in 2022 Prosecutor Elections"

From The Marshall Project, "7 Key Criminal Justice Takeaways From the Midterms"

From The Washington Post, "How Democrats can win voters’ trust on crime"

November 15, 2022 at 07:11 PM | Permalink


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