Poll: Floridians Favor Broad Criminal Justice Reforms

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Florida lawmakers should take a comprehensive approach to reforming the state’s criminal justice system, according to a new poll by the James Madison Institute and the Charles Koch Institute. WFSU reports that a survey of 1,500 people showed that nearly 75 percent of Floridians agree criminal justice reform is important and that prisons are too costly. Sal Nuzzo of . . .

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