Statement from Vikrant Reddy in Response to the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Excessive Fines

“Today’s unanimous Supreme Court ruling for Timbs v. Indiana makes clear that excessive fines –including civil asset forfeiture–are an affront to the Constitution. Civil asset forfeiture violates individual civil liberties and creates perverse incentives for law enforcement, turning them into revenue collectors. Ideally, states should end civil asset forfeiture and restore due process protections to their citizens.”

 

The Charles Koch Institute supports criminal justice reforms that improve communication between police and citizens and that reduce recidivism by removing barriers to opportunity. Find out more below:

NEW SURVEY: With Increased Understanding of Current Practices, Americans Support Reforms to Pretrial and Money Bail Systems

NEW SURVEY: Managers, Employees, and HR Professionals are Willing and Open to Hiring and Working Alongside Individuals with a Criminal Record

04-13-2021 06:24pm

The Charles Koch Institute’s Will Ruger on reports of September Afghanistan troop withdrawal

A speedy and full withdrawal from the country is what the American people want and what best serves American interests. While holding to the deadline in the Doha agreement would be ideal, we are pleased to see progress being made to end America’s longest ever war.

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04-07-2021 02:45pm

David Isay’s work bridging divides featured by AP

One Small Step and StoryCorps have brought nearly 800 people together in pairs for conversation across 40 cities.

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03-23-2021 12:58pm

Outschool, 4.0 Schools named top innovators in education

Fast Company has named Outschool the number one innovative education company for 2021. 4.0 Schools also ranked in the top ten.

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