What’s the Cost of Delaying Justice Reform?

These facts about how money is spent in the federal criminal justice system question whether our priorities should be reevaluated when discussing justice reform.

Join our continuing conversation on justice reform and if you’re in the D.C. area don’t miss our next event, Reaching the Tipping Point: The Future of Bipartisan Sentencing and Prison Reform, on November 12 at 3 p.m.

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New Survey Reveals American Consumers Support Businesses Hiring Those with Criminal Records

New research from SHRM and the Charles Koch Institute found that the vast majority of American consumers support purchasing goods and services from businesses that employ people with non-violent criminal records.

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04-04-2019 03:05pm

On 70th Anniversary of NATO, Key Member States Question Its Relevancy and Efficacy

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) celebrates its 70th anniversary, and in advance of this historical commemoration, a new survey asked respondents in key NATO member states about NATO’s effectiveness and relevance in today’s world.

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Protecting Protest: How Proposed Rules Would Chill Free Expression Around DC Landmarks

Given the timeless importance of protecting civil liberties, the Charles Koch Institute today joins the ACLU in voicing concern about a proposed National Park Service (NPS) rule that could hinder free speech and peaceful assembly around DC landmarks.

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