Federal Justice Reform Chances Dim As Goodlatte Insists On “Intent” Change

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The U.S. House won't approve a criminal justice reform plan without changes to the way the U.S. criminal code determines criminal intent, despite the fact that the White House opposes the changes, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) told The Atlantic. “A deal that does not address this issue is not going anywhere in
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