Michael Sullivan

former US Attorney

Guest

Partner with the Ashcroft Group; former Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (2006-2009), former US Attorney for Massachusetts and a former Massachusetts state prosecutor

Michael Sullivan on KCRW

In the past 20 years, state prison budgets have increased by 303 percent, outgrowing everything else except Medicaid.

Will Broken State Budgets Mean Prison Reform?

In the past 20 years, state prison budgets have increased by 303 percent, outgrowing everything else except Medicaid.

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The United States has more people in prison than anyplace in the world. China's a distant second.

Will Broken State Budgets Mean Prison Reform?

The United States has more people in prison than anyplace in the world. China's a distant second.

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