Candidates Oppose Mass Incarceration, Don’t Say How They’d End It

After years of plunging crime rates, expensive incarceration budgets and troubling racial disparities in criminal punishment, it has become fashionable on the presidential campaign trail to declare the nation’s uncommonly high rate of imprisonment unacceptable. Just don't press candidates to explain how to change it significantly, says the Los Angeles Times. Hillary Clinton began demanding
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