Dem and GOP US Senators Support New Bill for Criminal Justice Research and Reform

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A group of bipartisan U.S. senators introduced a bill Wednesday that seeks to create a National Criminal Justice Commission, which would both review and suggest reforms at the state and federal level.

The proposed commission also would examine tribal systems, the Washington Post reports. It draws inspiration from a 1965 commission created by President Lyndon B. Johnson, which lead to the 911 emergency call system and established research organizations such as the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

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