Dan Wilhelm

Vera Institute of Justice

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Vice President and Chief Program Officer at the Vera Institute of Justice

Dan Wilhelm on KCRW

The US population has risen by one-third since 1980. At the same time, the federal prison population has risen 800% -- and there's little to show for a lot of taxpayer money.

The Drug War, Federal Prisons — and Bipartisanship

The US population has risen by one-third since 1980. At the same time, the federal prison population has risen 800% -- and there's little to show for a lot of taxpayer money.

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