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SSDP Tulane takes action on Smarter Sentencing Act, S. 1410

Written by Emma Tuttleman-Krieger, President of the Tulane University SSDP chapter In the midst of final exams week, SSDP Tulane organized an “Activism Study Break” to help students urge their senators to vote in favor of mandatory minimum sentencing reform like the Smarter Sentencing Act (SSA), S. 1410. Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM) initiated a national call-in day on December 11th which provided short

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SSDP Welcomes the University of South Alabama Chapter!

I am proud to announce the formation of our newest official chapter based in Mobile, Alabama at the University of South Alabama! I spoke with chapter founder, leader, and mother of two beautiful children, Courtney McQuiston about her progress so far and her vision for the chapter moving forward;   How did you hear about SSDP? A fellow student and

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SSDP Welcomes The University of Alabama Chapter!

The University of Alabama chapter, led by sophomore Matt Larkin, is SSDP’s newest addition and first official chapter in Alabama! I interviewed Matt about his experience so far and his vision for the chapter moving forward.     How did you hear about SSDP? I have always been interested in our nation’s incessant “war on drugs” and the more I learned,

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