David Perdue’s Opposition to Criminal Justice Bill Draws Criticism
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
April 6, 2016

“Georgia put itself at the national forefront in 2012 when legislators of every political stripe united to emphatically and enthusiastically pass the first of several bills overhauling the state’s criminal justice system.

“When it came to building political momentum for a similar transformation on the federal level, supporters looked to David Perdue, the state’s freshman U.S. senator. With a plum spot on the Senate Judiciary Committee and a stated interest in the issue, Perdue was seen as a natural fit for the effort.”

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