Justice reform is on the table in Oklahoma, and state lawmakers want to know what steps they can take.
In an interim study this week, former senior vice president at Koch Industries Mark Holden, now with Americans for Prosperity, told them taking a look at the state’s criminal code would be a good start. That’s a move Gov. Kevin Stitt has said he wants to make.
Holden said an overhaul not only whittles down the number of reasons people can end up in prison, but it also narrows the job of police.