FedCURE News: Federal Parole & Re-entry Legislation

Legislation to establish a hybrid system of parole and good time allowances; and provide reentry opportunities for federal offenders.

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Friday, March 10, 2006

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FedCURE News: Federal Parole and Re-entry Legislation

Please support H.R. 3072: The bill To Revive the System of Parole for Federal Prisoners.

Since 1987, there has been no parole in the federal system. Today's official Federal Bureau of Prisons count is: 188,591+ people incarcerated. This legislation (H.R. 3072) is the single most important issue facing federal criminal justice reform in United States today. "Thousands of people in prison are serving life sentences for non-violent offenses without the possibility of parole. The vast majority of these people are also first time offenders." This is an atrocity.

Please support this legislation by contacting each member of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee at: http://judiciary.house.gov/CommitteeMembership.aspx and strongly urge them to support H.R. 3072 - The Federal Parole Bill. If you click on the committee members links, you will go to their e-mail page. You will need to contact each member of the committee, so cut and paste your message into their e-mail message box.

Click here to Contact the Congressperson in your district: http://www.fedcure.org/ContactCongressREP-SEN.shtml

Also, complete mail labels for the U.S House of Representatives, in word.doc format, are available here: http://clerk.house.gov/members/index.php.

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