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Reporting on Criminal Justice

Trump vs. Clinton: Criminal justice reform
WASHINGTON WEEK

Trump vs. Clinton: Criminal justice reform

Where do Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton currently stand on issues such as police brutality and mass incarceration?

Virginia governor restores voting rights for 13,000 felons
PBS NEWSHOUR

Virginia governor restores voting rights for 13,000 felons

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has again restored the voting rights of about 13,000 felons after his previous attempt was blocked by the state’s Supreme Court.

PBS NEWSHOUR

Clinton steps up call for criminal justice reform after D...

Hillary Clinton on Friday condemned the deadly attack in Dallas that killed five police officers, while urging the public to engage in a deeper dialogue about race and gun violence

PBS NEWSHOUR

Is killing a police officer a hate crime?

Louisiana in May became the first state to add police to the list when it passed “Blue Lives Matter” legislation.

PBS NewsHour

An inside look at Obama’s criminal justice reforms

Top senators revealed a bipartisan criminal justice reform bill on Thursday.

Reporting on Drug Abuse

DEA rejects attempt to loosen federal restrictions on marijuana
NPR

DEA rejects attempt to loosen federal restrictions on mar...

The Obama administration has denied a bid by two Democratic governors to reconsider how it treats marijuana under federal drug control laws.

Presidential candidates confront obstacles to opioid addiction
NPR

Presidential candidates confront obstacles to opioid addi...

One major problem is accessing treatment when someone who needs it is ready to receive it.

Interactive Map | Drug Mortality Rate

Explore the interactive map below to investigate how drug mortality rate varies by area, using data from 2014. The map is produced by Patchwork Nation.

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