Statement From Arnold Ventures’ Juliene James on the Official Enactment of Amendments to the Federal Government’s Sentencing Guidelines
Statement from Arnold Ventures’ Carson Whitelemons following the Biden Administration’s Decision to Eliminate SBA Capital Restrictions for People with Criminal Records
Statement from Arnold Ventures’ Carson Whitelemons following approval of Clean Slate expansion by the Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee
Arnold Ventures Announces Kevin Ring of FAMM as New Vice President of Criminal Justice Advocacy
Statement From Arnold Ventures’ Juliene James Following President Biden’s Second Chance Month Commutations and Re-Entry Actions.
Statement From Arnold Ventures’ Juliene James on the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Proposed Action Plan On Removing Barriers to Housing for People With Criminal Records
Beyond the Era of Punitive Excess
Brennan Center For Justice 04.06.2022
Banned From Jobs: People Released From Prison Fight Laws That Keep Punishing Them.
The Marshall Project 12.03.2021
Is It Time to Rethink the ‘American Way of Punishment’?
The Crime Report 11.08.2021
“We Have a Lot of Damage to Undo”: A Conversation with Jeremy Travis
Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation 09.21.2021
Don’t ignore the infrastructure of criminal justice
The Hill 08.16.2021
Conservative criminal justice bill could boost safety, save tax dollars
Arizona Capitol Times 06.14.2021
Michigan criminal justice reform act aims to rehab prison inmates for release, help crime victims
Fox 2 Detroit 05.03.2021
Large Majorities Favor Congressional Proposals Limiting Negative Consequences of Criminal Records for Jobs, Housing, Voting
A Statement from Arnold Ventures on the Biden-Harris Administration’s Expansion of the Paycheck Protection Program
Congress should open COVID recovery to people with criminal justice records
Washington Examiner 09.21.2020
Automatic expungement plan would offer a ‘Clean Slate’ with bipartisan support
Lansing State Journal 08.03.2020
Trapped: Most states let courts fine teenagers. The debt is taking down their whole families.
San Diego Latest California County to Eliminate Old Juvenile Fees, Freeing Thousands of Families From Oppressive Debt
Court fines and fees shouldn’t be used to recover lost revenue from pandemic
Washington Post 05.18.2020