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FreedomWorks Praises Bipartisan Letter Urging DOJ to Transfer Elderly Offenders to Home Confinement

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Following the release of a bipartisan letter co-led by Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), and Kevin Cramer (R-S.D.) urging the Department of Justice and Bureau of Prisons to transfer nonviolent elderly inmates into home confinement, Jason Pye, FreedomWorks' Vice President of Legislative Affairs, commented:

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Pennsylvania's Rep. Delozier Leads on Justice Reform

Just as the coronavirus pandemic is not an excuse for legislatures to pass irresponsible measures in the name of protecting their citizenry, the coronavirus pandemic is also not an excuse for these same legislatures to forego their responsibilities to continue working on unrelated issues. Once the current state of affairs has passed, citizens will return to their daily patterns and elected officials to their posts taking care of issues unrelated to coronavirus.

03/20/2020
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FreedomWorks Launches American Freedom Initiative with Former AG Matthew Whitaker

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks is pleased to announce the launch of the American Freedom Initiative (AFI), which aims to recommend deserving individuals to the Trump administration for pardons and commutations.

03/11/2020
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Criminal Justice Reform: Real Momentum Continues

Last week, President Trump extended clemency to nearly a dozen Americans. Much contention has arisen around those who he chose to pardon and commute the sentences of, but there are a few simple truths that undergird the whole process and remain true, no matter who clemency is given to. Chief among these is that, in order to pursue justice, prison sentences should be no more excessive than necessary to fit the crime -- That is, to provide proper measures for punitive purposes, for any victims’ purposes, and importantly for rehabilitative purposes.

02/28/2020
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FreedomWorks and Young Americans for Liberty Launch New England “First Step and Beyond” Criminal Justice Reform Tour

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks and Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) announce today the launch of the “First Step and Beyond” New England criminal justice reform tour. The tour, which features stops at three New England college campuses, seeks to raise awareness about the need for further criminal justice reform since the passage of the First Step Act in late 2018.

02/25/2020
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New Legislation Would Place Prisoners on Path to Success

BY Jason Pye and Lauren Krisai

All across the country, at all levels of government, Americans are changing the way they think about the criminal justice system. Just this month, President Trump launched his first official campaign ad during the Super Bowl, and chose to focus his message on criminal justice reform. That he chose to run his first major ad, which reached over 100 million viewers, on criminal justice reform shows just how popular this issue has become.

02/18/2020
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FreedomWorks Statement in Response to President Trump’s Third State of the Union Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to President Trump’s third State of the Union address, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks’ President, commented:

02/04/2020
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Steering the Criminal Justice System Toward Rehabilitation Using First Step Act

BY Luke Hogg

Written following his return from 10 years in Siberian exile, Dostoevsky’s “Crime and Punishment” follows the story of Rodion Raskolnikov as he grapples with mental anguish after killing a pawnbroker. Dostoevksy struggles with many ethical dilemmas that plague criminal justice, including deep questions about the efficacy of imprisonment and the process of redemption. Centering around the dichotomy between formal and informal punishment, the questions that Dostoevsky contends with are issues that still bear enormous significance on how we choose to seek justice.

01/28/2020
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FreedomWorks Releases Issue Brief Entitled “Red State Redemption” Highlighting Conservative State Efforts In Support of Criminal Justice Reform

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks today announces the release of its issue brief entitled, “Red State Redemption,” which highlights the efforts of conservative “red” states in addressing criminal justice reform. Josh Withrow, FreedomWorks’ Senior Policy Analyst, commented:

01/16/2020
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FreedomWorks Authors Issue Brief Addressing Occupational Licensure Reform for the Formerly Incarcerated

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks released today its issue brief entitled,“Reducing Occupational Licensure as an Obstacle for the Formerly Incarcerated.” Occupational licensure requirements are a major impediment to the formerly incarcerated who strive to reenter society and the economy as productive, law-abiding citizens. FreedomWorks’ Senior Policy Analyst Josh Withrow commented:

01/14/2020

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