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Committed to criminal justice reform

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Growing up, I worked as a prison guard in Worcester, Massachusetts, where I saw a lot of the same guys I knew from school. It was one of those moments that still makes me think, “There but for the grace of God go I.”

Koch Industries is committed to criminal justice reform because it’s just common sense. It’s a moral, constitutional and fiscal issue that unites everyone. It’s why companies like Koch have banned the box on employment applications that ask for prior convictions.

States have led the way, proving these reforms reduce crime and save money. Learn more here.

Mark Holden, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Koch Industries

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