Difference between revisions of "Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM)"

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'''Families Against Mandatory Minimums''' is a USA nonprofit organization founded in 1991 to challenge what they believe to be the inflexible and excessive penalties required by mandatory sentencing laws. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Families_Against_Mandatory_Minimums <u>'''Wikipedia'''</u>]
 
'''Families Against Mandatory Minimums''' is a USA nonprofit organization founded in 1991 to challenge what they believe to be the inflexible and excessive penalties required by mandatory sentencing laws. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Families_Against_Mandatory_Minimums <u>'''Wikipedia'''</u>]
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== Info ==
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*[https://famm.org/about-us/ About Us]
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*[https://famm.org/our-work/ Our Work]
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*[https://famm.org/stories/ Stories]
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*[https://famm.org/news-media/ News & Media]
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*[https://famm.org/famm-allies-justice-now-action-center/ Justice Now Action Center]
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*[https://famm.org/famm-launches-groundbreaking-campaign-to-organize-families-of-the-incarcerated-in-pennsylvania/ FAMM launches groundbreaking campaign to organize families of the incarcerated in Pennsylvania]
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[[Category:Issue-Mass_Incarceration]]
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    [[Category:Serves-Prisoners]] [[Category:Using-Volunteers]] [[Category:Issue-Prison_Industrial_Complex]] [[Category:Issue-Prison_Reform]]
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  [[Category:Serves-Ex_Offenders]]  [[Category:Serves-Returning_Citizens]]
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[[Category:Issue-Human_Rights]] [[Category:Issue-Mass_Incarceration]]
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[[Category:Serves-Families_of_the_Incarcerated]]
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Latest revision as of 19:42, 10 October 2018

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Families Against Mandatory Minimums is a USA nonprofit organization founded in 1991 to challenge what they believe to be the inflexible and excessive penalties required by mandatory sentencing laws. Wikipedia

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