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Sen. Chang-Díaz discusses criminal justice reform

Nov 01, 2017

Jim is joined by State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz of Boston, who serves as vice chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary, and Dan Conley, the Suffolk County district attorney, to discuss the latest criminal justice reform bill.

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