A Good Week for Juvenile Justice, But the Work Isn't Done

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It's been a big week for young people in the justice system. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that those previously sentenced to life without parole as juveniles must have at least a chance at life outside prison walls. And President Obama's subsequent ban, announced the same day, on solitary confinement for young people in
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