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Senior White House Correspondent April Ryan talks to the TJMS about the criminal justice reform with Congressman Bobby Scott of Virginia.

“The 2.2 million people in jail today, if that bill passes, according to his supporters, you’ll still have 2.2 million people in jail. We don’t have good numbers. The benefits are restricted. We have a real strong support across the nation for criminal justice reform,” Scott said.

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2 thoughts on “Congressman Bobby Scott Talks Overcriminalization in America

  1. The reason for which the homeless guy is living under a bridge; and I presume you mean how he landed on the sex offender registry for not being potty trained, is because most politicians are too chicken-ass to call out the absurdity of what is trying to be pushed through legislation. There are probably hundreds of ‘politicians’ who should be on a “sex offender registry.” You have to except that there really is no such thing as “fair.”

  2. Dear Congressman Scott, why is there a homeless man living under a bridge because he was arrested for urinating in public when John Walsh committed statutory rape (Mr. Walsh cannot be found on the sex offender registry)?

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