As an organization that believes government transparency and accountability are imperative to a democracy and that fights for fair and equal justice for everyone in the criminal justice system, the ACLU-CT supports efforts to increase access to data about the work of the Board of Pardons and Paroles and to include justice-impacted people and victims on such bodies in the criminal justice system. We therefore support House Bill 6723, which would require the Board of Pardons and Paroles to publish statistics regarding its decisions and add a formerly incarcerated person and a crime victim to the board.





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H.B. 6723



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