This last week’s survey by the James Madison Institute did more than show widespread support for criminal justice reform. It lends more ammunition to children’s advocates pushing greater use of civil citations for juvenile offenders.
3 out of 4 Floridians believe prison should focus more on rehabilitation than punishment.
Florida lawmakers should take a comprehensive approach to reforming the state’s criminal justice system. That’s according to a new poll by a free market think-tank.
A survey by The James Madison Institute and the Charles Koch Institute finds that 72 percent of Floridians agree or strongly agree that it is important to reform criminal justice.
It should surprise no one that Floridians have wised up to the costly and ineffective "tough on crime" philosophy that dominated state policy a quarter century ago. On Monday, the James Madison Institute and Charles Koch Institute jointly released a poll that overwhelmingly supports criminal justice reform.
Floridians may be rethinking their throw-the-book-at-’em approach to crime, a poll released Monday suggests. The survey by The James Madison Institute and the Charles Koch Institute found that 72 percent of Floridians agreed or strongly agreed it is important to reform criminal justice.
Trimmel Gomes talks with Dan Peterson, director of the Center for Property Rights at the James Madison Institute about solving the “Everglades Riddle” along with the ongoing debate over government vs. private land ownership for conservation purposes and finding the right balance that works for Florida.
Floridians overwhelmingly support criminal justice reform, according to a new public opinion survey released by The James Madison Institute (JMI) and the Charles Koch Institute.