#CLEMENCY & BARBER AMENDMENT~Federal Good Time Bill

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FedCURE's Elegant Solution to Reduce the Federal Inmate Population to 100,000 Inmates.

FedCURE's Elegant Solution to Reduce the Federal Inmate Population to 100,000 Inmates. #SignOnBarber at: http://tinyurl.com/nry98ja What is amazing about the state of federal sentencing reforms is that the absolute amount of intelligence involved in the reform process has yet to unite on just one effective solution to reduce the federal inmate population in the United States. It seems to us, that after some thirty years, all this intelligence should have yielded a simple solution, but it has not. Whereas, FedCURE's proposal, an elegant solution, would reduce the federal prison population to 100,000 inmates by simply doubling good time allowances, via a one line legislative amendment to the existing good time statutes. The BARBER AMENDMENT is a proposed bill to amend Title 18 U.S.C. Section 3624(b)(1) as follows: By striking the number "54" in the first sentence as it appears and inserting in lieu thereof the number "128"; and in the same sentence, by striking "prisoner's term of imprisonment" and inserting in lieu thereof "sentence imposed." This amendment is retroactive. [END] Restoring the Possibility of Parole for Federal Prisoners: More than 200,000 people are sitting behind bars in a federal prison right now, roughly half for non-violent drug offenses -- and not one of them has the chance of getting parole. Aiming to look tough on crime, the Democrat-controlled Congress of the...

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