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ACLU of Colorado By: ACLU of Colorado 11.4.2013

Start reform with rates of incarceration

Last Sunday’s Denver Post featured a column by ACLU of Colorado Executive Director, Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, written in response to the recent focus on parole reform by the newspaper and legislators. In the column, Woodliff-Stanley asserts that “true reform begins on the front end of the criminal justice system, by avoiding the high number of inmates that now burden our prisons and parole system.” Read the column here.

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