On Criminal Justice, Sessions Stands Alone – and Wrong
Brennan Center for Justice, TIME
January 6, 2017

“As the Senate Judiciary Committee considers the nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, it is tempting to see the differences in opinion of the Alabama Republican as typical partisanship. But instead, take the subject of criminal justice. It is a matter central to the role Sen. Sessions would assume—and one on which his colleagues from both parties actually agree there is a dire need for change. And yet here, Sen. Sessions has planted himself firmly, dangerously on the fringe.”

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