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The democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday unveiled a broad plan to reduce the country’s prison population, the reform of the nation’s criminal justice system and eliminate racial and income disparities in sentencing.

The former Vice-President of the campaign also highlighted that the proposal is officially titled the “Biden Plan for strengthening America’s commitment to justice”, would be to prioritize the reform of the juvenile justice system, with $1 billion per year ” to ensure we are even more children a second chance to live up to your potential.”

Senior-Biden campaign officials tell Fox news that the sweeping plan would be paid for the use of the cost savings from the reduction in the mass arrests.

Biden is expected to spotlight his plan this week, while addressing, he speaks to an NAACP presidential candidate forum Wednesday in Detroit, as well as the next day in Indianapolis, when the National Urban League annual conference.


And the release of the plan comes just eight days before Biden faces off against nine competitors – including Sen. Kamala Harris of California – the second night in the second round of the Democratic presidential primary debates.

Biden, the front-runner right now in the race for his party’s “Europe 2020” nomination, has seen his once formidable lead in national and early voting state polling deteriorate after his less-than-stellar performance at the end of last month, during the first round of the democratic presidential nomination debates.

Senior-Biden campaign officials stressed that the criminal law reform policy – as well as the former Vice-President health proposal, which he unveiled last week, “is something, what we are really talking about out there on the election campaign. There are real differences in this race between Vice President Biden and a number of people on this stage. You can expect to draw him, the contrast next Wednesday.”


Criminal justice reform is a thorny Problem for Biden.

As a senator from Delaware, he helped craft was signed in 1994 bill into law by President Bill Clinton. Biden has already highlighted a long time, its role in the aid of writing, the law, which at the time was the largest anti-crime bill in the history of the nation. The measure provided for thousands of new police officers, to Finance millions of dollars, prevention, and billions of dollars to build new prisons.

But the law has been criticised in recent years by the Democrats, blame the measure for the increase in arrests, especially among the minorities, on the basis of mandatory life sentence policy for repeat offenders.

Trim jabs from the numerous competitors on the law, Biden has always the measure defended. He is credited with the law of the gun-control provisions, including the assault weapons ban – which he said helped him “against the NRA.”

Two of the 2020 Democratic White house hopefuls have targeted Biden on the measure – Harris and Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey standing next to Biden on the debate stage next week.


His new plan to create a new $20 billion competitive grant program to spur States, the transition from incarceration to prevention. His campaign said, to receive that “in order to eliminate these funds, States mandatory minimums for non-violent crimes, the Institute earned credit programs, and other steps to reduce imprisonment rates without compromising public safety.”

The plan also aims to eliminate racial and income-based inequalities in the country, a criminal’s justice system and “eliminate overly harsh sentencing for non-violent crimes.”

Biden would do, through the extension and through the power of the Ministry of justice to address systemic misconduct in the police and the Prosecutor’s office, the resumption of the practice of the Obama administration, which has been reduced in the last two and a half years under the administration of Republican President Donald Trump.

Biden’s plan also calls for investments in the public defenders offices to ensure that defendants have access to quality advice on high-quality, elimination of mandatory minimums, the Federal crack and cocaine (powder) disparity, the decriminalization of cannabis use and throw herself in front of cannabis use, beliefs, and ending all detentions solely for the use of drugs.

The former Vice President would also call to pay for the abolition of the death penalty, stop jailing people who are too poor, fines and fees, and to stop corporations from custody, the Federal government ends the use of private prisons. Build would be implemented from a policy in his eight years as Obama’s Vice-President, but repealed by the trump management.

And as part of its proposals for the reform of juvenile justice, Biden, campaign, said the former Vice President “would be incentives for States to stop disabled children, and Expand funding for after-school programs, community centers, and summer jobs, so that young people are actively engaged, learn and have fun.”

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