Would Hard Sessions Line on Teen Crime Flout Public Views?

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Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions promised to forge an era of hardline “law and order” around the U.S. even as Americans across party lines support very different, less punitive approaches to questions of justice and young people, reports The Guardian. A poll, published by Youth First, a campaign working for juvenile justice reform, found that 78 percent of Americans . . .

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