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Articles by Stephanie Keller Hudiburg

Stephanie Keller Hudiburg

Stephanie Keller Hudiburg is a recent graduate of the McCourt School where she focused on community and economic development policy, public sector innovation, and performance management as the Co-Director of the McCourt School Policy Innovation Lab and a Research Fellow with the Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership. Before moving to DC, Stephanie served as the Chief of Staff to a State Senator representing Boston in the Massachusetts Legislature. She is now the Director of Programs and Partnerships at The Real Estate Council in Dallas. Stephanie is a state and local policy enthusiast, writing on several related innovations and reforms for this series.

Not All Bad on the Criminal Justice Front: Crime, Sentencing and Corrections Reform Gains Momentum Across the States

For the full report with citations, the PDF can be downloaded here. Introduction Until recently, what we did with the incarcerated was not the sexiest topic in US policy and politics.  Most politicians know preaching about the ills of our prison systems is not likely to get out the vote while the danger of appearing soft on crime…