In Kentucky, all sides agree on need for criminal justice reform. But how?
from The Christian Science Monitor
In 2009, both Tahiesha Howard and the state of Kentucky were looking for a fresh start. Howard's childhood was such a blur of dysfunction and addiction she says she couldn't remember her first drink of alcohol. By her 30s, one judge labeled the mother a "menace to society." Kentucky, meanwhile, had become a poster child for ineffective and unsustainable mass incarceration.
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