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Rand Paul on criminal justice reform: 'Give kids a second chance who make a mistake'

Last weekend, I spent the better part of 36 hours following Rand Paul around New Hampshire. The three-day stretch was very activities-focused: I asked Paul about the rising cost of college tuition while he bowled in Manchester, talked about his push to give fetuses full rights under the 14th Amendment after he emptied the chamber of .357 Magnum in Dalton, and watched as he gave slightly modified versions of the same stump speech in towns from Contoocook to Ashland.

We’ll share more from those conversations, but here’s where we started: criminal justice reform and the bipartisan momentum that’s building to change sentencing laws and put fewer people in prison.

 

Rand Paul on criminal justice reform: 'Give kids a second chance who make a mistake'

Last weekend, I spent the better part of 36 hours following Rand Paul around New Hampshire. The three-day stretch was very activities-focused: I asked Paul about the rising cost of college tuition while he bowled in Manchester, talked about his push to give fetuses full rights under the 14th Amendment after he emptied the chamber of .357 Magnum in Dalton, and watched as he gave slightly modified versions of the same stump speech in towns from Contoocook to Ashland.

We’ll share more from those conversations, but here’s where we started: criminal justice reform and the bipartisan momentum that’s building to change sentencing laws and put fewer people in prison.

 

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