On Tuesday, April 21, our coalition hosted a breakfast briefing for 140 state legislators, policy influencers, and reporters in Baton Rouge. The event, “The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform,” featured Smart on Crime Louisiana leaders Jay Lapeyre and John Finan, as well as Family Research Council President Tony Perkins and Koch Industries Senior Vice President Mark Holden. A transcript of Mark Holden’s speech is available here. Click below to hear a complete audio recording of our event.
April 24, 2017
The Conservative Case For Criminal Justice Reform
Originally appeared in Smart on Crime LA