Politics

Can Criminal Justice Reform Unite The Right?

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Matt K. Lewis Senior Contributor

“Criminal justice reform is the right thing to do from a moral perspective, a constitutional perspective, and a fiscal perspective,” says Mark V. Holden, General Counsel and Senior Vice President for Koch Industries, Inc.

He was explaining why the issue isn’t merely attracting bipartisan support, but also uniting the increasingly disparate wings of the conservative and libertarian movements. “If you believe in a limited government, this is the area to be in,” he said during a recent podcast discussion, “because there is such overreach infringement by the government on people’s life, liberty and property.”

If you’re interested in the topic of criminal justice reform or overcriminalization, listen to streaming audio of our full discussion on criminal justice reform here — and download the podcast on iTunes.