As Many States Reform Crime Laws, Little Action in NY

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Many state legislatures have enacted a variety of criminal justice reforms in recent years, but they have mostly stalled in New York, a state led by Democrats that outlawed the death penalty more than a decade ago and did away with the last of the Rockefeller drug laws, which mandated strict sentences for low-level drug offenses, in 2009, the New York Times Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!