Compassion Becoming Bigger Part Of Criminal Justice Conversation

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In discussing his plan to give conditional pardons to nearly 10,000 former inmates, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it balances “compassion and caring and protecting society.” There are signs that the impulse toward compassion is becoming a bigger part of the criminal justice conversation, reports the Christian Science Monitor. As the get-tough-on-crime 1980s and
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