Co-founder of Cut50 answers questions about criminal justice reform

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The Senate Judiciary Committee focused on the Robert Mueller investigation during day one of confirmation hearings for President Trump's attorney general nominee. William Barr told the committee Mueller should be able to finish his investigation.

While many were interested in that part of his testimony, others were concerned about the recently passed First Step Act and how Barr could affect this new legislation. Jessica Jackson Sloan is the co-founder of Cut50, a bipartisan group working to reduce the number of people in prison and jail. She joined us via Skype to answer questions about criminal justice reform.

To learn more, visit the Cut50 website.

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