LEGER: It's time to rethink the whole idea of zero tolerance
Detainees are seen inside a facility, where tent shelters are being used to house separated family members at the Port of Entry in Fabens, Texas on June 21, 2018. Do "zero tolerance" policies make us safer? Do they fight crime or make our communities more just? Does zero tolerance achieve anything positive at all? I think it achieves very little.
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