Cory Booker’s constituents leading drive to achieve criminal justice reform in Congress | USA TODAY
Cory Booker’s constituents
leading drive to achieve
criminal justice reform in Congress
Cory Booker highlights how his neighborhood, constituents, and personal experiences fuel his passion to make changes in criminal and police reform.
When a jury convicted Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd in Minneapolis, the decision carried a sense of optimism – and relief – that justice had been served.
But six months later, the talks have fallen apart and the United States is no closer to having federal policing legislation, something Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., told USA TODAY was “very disappointing” during a stroll last week in his neighborhood in Newark, where he was served as mayor before being elected to the Senate.
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