An overwhelming majority (86%) of American voters support reforms in current Congressional legislation that would greatly restrict the use of solitary confinement, including 84% of Republicans and 90% of Democrats.    In the innovative survey of 2,487 registered voters by the Program for Public Consultation (PPC) at the University of Maryland, respondentsContinue Reading

A representative sample of 2,487 American voters were given a detailed presentation of numerous proposed Congressional reforms that would restrict employers, licensing boards and public housing authorities from disqualifying people based on their criminal records. All of the proposed reforms received support from large bipartisan majorities.  A proposal for automaticallyContinue Reading