Webb Introduces Criminal Justice Bill
Sen. James Webb (D-Va.) today introduced a bill that would create a bipartisan commission on criminal justice reform.
Webb has been an outspoken critic of the nation's drug laws and its approach toward incarceration, even though Virginia is considered a law-and-order state. In a statement on his Web site, he called the criminal justice system a "national disgrace."
March 26, 2009; 6:13 PM ET
Categories: James Webb , Sandhya Somashekhar
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