Michigan Passes Prison Reform Laws Supported by Meek Mill & Jay-Z’s REFORM Alliance

Michigan has made a historic movement in prison reform.

New laws have been passed to reshape the state’s probation and parole system. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed three bills into laws which were advocated by Meek Mill and JAY-Z’s REFORM Alliance. The new laws reduce adult felony probation from five to three years, prevent endless extensions on misdemeanor and felony probation terms, limit jail sanctions for technical probation violations, and require parole supervision terms to be tailored to a person’s individualized risks and needs. Michigan had the sixth-highest probation supervision in the country and is now on pace to reduce its caseload by 8.4 percent. The REFORM Alliance consists of Meek Mill, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Philadelphia 76ers partner Michael Rubin, JAY-Z, Brooklyn Nets partner Clara Wu Tsai.

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