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The umbrella of political organizations run by billionaire industrialist brothers Charles and David Koch is unveiling a new program to spur criminal justice reform in conjunction with its annual winter donor meeting.
"Safe Streets, Second Chances" is to be unveiled this weekend in Palm Springs, Calif., when hundreds of donors who contribute to the Koch network gather to talk policy and the 2018 midterms. The program will launch in four states — Florida, Louisiana, Texas, and Pennsylvania — and examine ways to shift America's criminal justice system from a focus on punishment to prioritizing rehabilitation, in a bid to reduce recidivism.
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Mark V. Holden, senior vice president and general counsel of Koch Industries, is leading the initiative, pursued in conjunction with the Texas Public Policy Foundation and Right on Crime. Criminal justice reform has long...
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