Criminal Justice Reform Bill May Stall in the Senate
November 28, 2018

“As the 115th Congress prepares to wrap up its work, the criminal justice proposal is among the remaining can-do bills left in limbo. The Republican-led House passed its version of the legislation with broad and bipartisan support. The final vote was 360 to 59. Yet the plan is stalled in the Senate, where McConnell alone controls the agenda. That means anything McConnell wants to keep tucked in his pocket stays there, and there’s realistically nothing anyone can do to force his hand.”

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