Marianne LeVine

congressional reporter, Politico

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The Senate passed The First Step Act on Tuesday, which includes the most substantial changes in a generation to the federal prison system and sentencing laws.

Senate passes sweeping criminal justice bill -- what does a man who spent some 20 years in prison think of it?

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