Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton get set for the national anthem at the CNN Democratic presidential primary debate Thursday in New York. When asked, both said they thought the 1994 crime bill was good for the country at the time.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton get set for the national anthem at the CNN Democratic presidential primary debate Thursday in New York. When asked, both said they thought the 1994 crime bill was good for the country at the time. Frank Franklin II The Associated Press
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton get set for the national anthem at the CNN Democratic presidential primary debate Thursday in New York. When asked, both said they thought the 1994 crime bill was good for the country at the time. Frank Franklin II The Associated Press

1994 crime bill is a victim of revisionist history

April 15, 2016 11:00 PM

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