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Rep. Goyke: Juvenile Crime Bills Address ‘Problem in Reverse

  • Aired: 05/19/2017
  • 06:34
  • Rating: TV-G
Democratic Rep. Evan Goyke is critical of two proposed bills that would expand the list of crimes a minor could be incarcerated for and extend the length of time a minor could be sentenced. "They are addressing a crime problem in the reverse order," Goyke says, noting the juvenile incarceration system has a lot of flaws that need fixing before more kids are funneled in.
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Rep. Evan Goyke says two proposed bills targeting juvenile crime are “dangerous.”
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