Does Trump's criminal justice plan change 'draconian' laws?
Clip: 11/14/2018 | 6m 53s
President Trump has outlined a new bipartisan agreement on criminal justice reform. The plan ends the “three strikes” policy mandating life in prison for third-time drug offenders and adds incentives for low-risk inmates. Mark Holden, general counsel for Koch Industries, which advocated for the proposal, joins Judy Woodruff to explain why he thinks the reform “makes communities safer.”
Aired: 11/14/18Video has closed captioning.
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