Slate: IML a step back for criminal justice reform

More voices continue to speak out against International Megan’s Law, even after it has been signed into law.

Writing online in Slate, Leon Neyfakh calls IML a step back for criminal justice reform.

After months of hype about the historic bipartisan consensus that we must make the American criminal justice system less harsh, President Obama finally signed a justice reform bill into law Monday. There’s only one problem: Instead of making the justice system more fair and less punitive, the new law will make it more vindictive and petty

Read the rest of the report here.

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