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Five Ways to Stop Criminalizing Victimized Girls

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Girls are far more likely to wind up being criminalized for "status offenses" that would be overlooked in adults, so let's start right there and support a bill introduced in February. Too many of the girls we criminalize are traumatized victims who need help, not punishment.

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