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It’s starting to feel as though understanding national and local headlines requires a law degree. From the grand jury decision in Ferguson to rape on campus, putting complex legal and policy issues in context can be challenging. We talk with the commentary editor for the Marshall Project, a news organization dedicated to news, analysis, and effecting change around criminal justice issues.
- Andrew Cohen Commentary Editor, The Marshall Project; Legal Analyst, '60 Minutes' and CBS Radio News; Fellow, Brennan Center for Justice; Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
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