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Day of Empathy: Michigan

Criminal Justice Reform advocates join together for virtual Day of Empathy

LANSING – Advocates for criminal justice reform in Michigan, ranging from people who have personally been involved in the justice system and their families to advocates for crime survivors and leading elected officials in the state, joined together Wednesday to voice support for proposals and pending legislation that would expand access to expungements and automate the process, reform inhumane practices for incarcerated pregnant people and transform Michigan’s system of county jails. The Michigan Day of Empathy, part of a National Day of Empathy, calls attention to the urgent need to reform criminal justice laws that are impacting millions of people around the country, even decades after they have “done their time.”

Read the full article in The Gladwin County Record & Beaverton Clarion

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