Jennings v. Rodriguez in an Era of Mass Incarceration of Non-Citizens

Uncertainty remains surrounding the fate of non-citizens seeking a home in the United States.

Do Occupational Licenses Exacerbate the Prison-to-Poverty Pipeline?

Expert argues that occupational licensing reform will unlock the economic potential of former prisoners.

Making Criminal Justice Pay

Creative policy changes could re-center our criminal justice system.

The Need for a Trauma-Informed Approach to Female Incarceration

Given the growing number of female prisoners, our incarceration system needs to focus more on women’s needs.

Obamacare Could Improve Prisoner Healthcare and Save States Money

Medicaid expansion creates incentives for states to provide inmates with health care services.

Agency Seeks Total Monitoring of Inmates

Prison Bureau proposal would expand surveillance of the most dangerous prisoners.

Justice Department Attempts to Close Prisons’ Revolving Door

The Department of Justice hopes to reduce crime by easing the path to reentry.