Two bipartisan bills have the potential to reduce mass incarceration, reunite families, and better guarantee the health and safety of the federally incarcerated population.
The Senate is poised to advance bipartisan sentencing reform legislation rooted in research that will ensure more equity in the federal justice system. MORE »
New federal legislation would give a "second look" to people serving long sentences who have aged out of crime.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker and U.S. House Representative Karen Bass have introduced bicameral legislation to create a sentence review procedure for people serving sentences longer than ten years in federal prison. MORE »