Crime Victim Priorities Differ From Trump’s

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More than 800 crime victims surveyed by the Alliance for Safety and Justice, which favors criminal justice reform, supported priorities very different from President Trump's, the New York Times reports. About three in four said they were happy with their local police and law enforcement in general. About one-third held positive views of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Asked to . . .

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