Criminal Justice Reform

Our outdated and overcrowded criminal justice system needs to transition into one that is effective in deterring crime and delivering justice without wasting taxpayer money on approaches that don’t improve public safety.

Repeal the mandatory minimums that have caused countless low-level, nonviolent offenders to be incarcerated and tackle recidivism rates that perpetuate the cycle of crime and punishment through advocating for vocational training and GED programs.

Federally descheduling marijuana as a controlled substance and retroactively expunging records of low-level marijuana offenders.