In this episode, Stephen Dause interviews Joe Luppino-Esposito, deputy legal policy director at the Pacific Legal Foundation. They discuss the First Step Act and what more work could be done in criminal justice reform at the federal level, the work that the Pacific Legal Foundation has done to combat executive overreach during the pandemic, and some of the needless regulation that has gone by the wayside thanks to COVID-19.
- Why Conservatives Support the First Step Act
- Say 'No Thanks' to Thanksgiving Mandates
- Pandemic silver lining: Getting rid of needless regulation
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