Northwestern researcher details how red states are spearheading incarceration reforms
Long known as the world’s biggest jailer, the United States is experimenting with prison reform.
California’s prison downsizing experiment is the nation’s largest. But Republican states are the ones leading the way, according to Northwestern University professor Heather Schoenfeld, who is investigating why states are seeking reform and how these efforts might help the U.S. reverse mass incarceration. —> Read More