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For criminal justice reform, bipartisanship is the key

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When people speak about bipartisanship in Washington, it is not always a good thing. Bipartisanship often leads to higher spending and diminished civil liberties. But in the case of the criminal justice reform, bipartisanship is critical to ensuring our justice system is fair for all Americans.

FreedomWorks has proudly partnered with the Coalition on Public Safety to advance criminal justice reform. The coalition features advocacy groups from across the political spectrum, both right and left. Together, the coalition is moving the needle on sentencing reform and reducing recidivism. Without allies across the aisle, impactful justice reform would not be possible.

Adam Brandon, President, FreedomWorks

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