1. Private prisons profit!

    The top two prison companies in America gross over three billion dollars every year.

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  2. Two-year-old Charged!

    A Washington, D.C. toddler receives a $75 ticket for littering.

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  3. The number of chairs in the FBI's Boston office - a state secret?

    Judge orders FBI to turn over terrorism task force documents.

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  4. DEA marijuana reclassification goes up in smoke

    The DEA continues to keep marijuana in the same category as heroin and LSD.

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  5. Cosmetology training for police officers?

    The average state basic police training is 622 hours. But the average training for cosmetologists is 2,650 hours, including mandated apprenticeship hours.

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  6. Can you go to jail for being poor?

    The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently held that a judge must evaluate a criminal defendant’s financial circumstances before determining how much she must pay in restitution to the victim of her crime.

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  7. What horrible thing did these kids do?

    There are about 24,000 kids on sex offender registries, and up to 40 states list juveniles on these registries for the rest of their lives.

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  8. The real voter fraud

    Voter suppression laws are designed to prevent new voters, young people and people of color from voting.

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  9. Compassionate release from prison

    Aging prisoners will submit more requests for compassionate release–and likely face denial.

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  10. The man who tried to kill President Reagan is being released

    Hinckley was found not guilty for reason of insanity for his attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan.

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