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O'MALLEY'S CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLAN: ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY, RECLASSIFY MARIJUANA

July 31, 2015: Martin O'Malley unveiled his proposals for overhauling the nation's criminal justice system, vowing to reform police departments, abolish the death penalty and address overcrowding in prisons.
"America's criminal justice system is badly in need of reform. For too long, our justice system has reinforced our country's cruel history of racism and economic inequality," O'Malley, the former Maryland governor, wrote in a detailed policy paper.
If elected, O'Malley also vowed to restore felons' voting rights and downgrade marijuana's Drug Enforcement Agency schedule, which currently classifies the drug among such substances as heroin and ecstasy.
"All those who served time and re-entered society should be allowed to vote," according to the white paper. "O'Malley will call for and strongly support legislation restoring voting rights to individuals with felony record."
On marijuana, the white paper said O'Malley would "direct the attorney general to move to reclassify marijuana, while supporting bipartisan congressional efforts to legislatively reclassify marijuana as a Schedule II drug."
O'Malley abolished the death penalty in 2013 in Maryland while he served as governor. His white paper called the death penalty a "racially biased and ineffective deterrent."
"As president, he will continue to oppose capital punishment and work to abolish death sentences under federal laws," the paper reads.
Most national polls show the governor lagging far behind former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton -- who herself has focused considerable time on criminal justice reform -- and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. (Sources: cnn, 01/08/2015)

ANALYSIS OF THE 2015 REPORT DATA AND OBJECTIVES OF HANDS OFF CAIN
HANDS OFF CAIN 2015 REPORT
PAKISTAN: FIVE MORE DEATH ROW PRISONERS EXECUTED IN LAHORE AND RAWALPINDI
SAUDI ARABIA: PAKISTANI HEROIN SMUGGLER EXECUTED
PAKISTAN: FOUR MORE DEATH ROW CONVICTS HANGED
INDIA: YAKUB MEMON EXECUTED FOR 1993 MUMBAI BOMBINGS
PAKISTAN: EIGHT MORE MURDER CONVICTS HANGED
SAUDI ARABIA: PARDON BY VICTIM'S DAD SAVES KILLER
LIBYA: GADDAFI’S SON SENTENCED TO DEATH OVER WAR CRIMES
LIBYA: HANDS OFF CAIN, ALSO WE RESPONSIBLE FOR SAIF GADDAFI SENTENCE
SAUDI ARABIA: SECOND EXECUTION AFTER RAMADAN PAUSE
PAKISTAN: THREE MURDER CONVICTS HANGED
IRAN: FIVE PRISONERS HANGED
SYRIA: FAMED OPPONENTS SENTENCED TO DEATH
TUNISIA: PARLIAMENT OKAYS DEATH PENALTY FOR 'TERROR CRIMES'
SAUDI ARABIA: FIRST EXECUTION AFTER RAMADAN PAUSE
PAKISTAN: SUPREME COURT AGREES TO HEAR CHRISTIAN WOMAN'S BLASPHEMY APPEAL
TOBAGO: MAN SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE
GAMBIA: PRESIDENT YAHYA JAMMEH GRANTS PARDONS BUT COUP PLOTTERS REMAIN ON DEATH ROW
IRAN: UP TO 12 PRISONERS EXECUTED
INDIA: YAKUB MEMON FILES FRESH MERCY PLEA BEFORE PRESIDENT
PAKISTAN: DEATH SENTENCE OF ASIA BIBI STAYED
INDIA: TRIAL COURTS GIVE DEATH FREELY, BUT JUST 5% CONFIRMED
UAE IMPOSES HARSH PENALTIES FOR RELIGIOUS CRIMES
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: COURT SENTENCES LAVENTILLE MAN TO HANG OVER A 2006 MURDER
IRAN: LIVES OF TWO PRISONERS SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR MURDER SPARED BY PLAINTIFFS
BANGLADESH: SPECIAL COURT ORDERS NEW WAR CRIMES DEATH SENTENCE
MAURITANIA: COURT SLAMS DEATH SENTENCE TO TWO RAPISTS OF UNDER-AGED GIRL
USA: PRESIDENT OBAMA VISITS FEDERAL PRISON, EXTENDING HIS CAMPAIGN FOR REFORM IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. HE IS THE FIRST SITTING PRESIDENT TO SEE THE INSIDE A FEDERAL PRISON FIRST HAND
INDIA: CONVICT HAMSA SENTENCED TO DEATH IN SAFIYA MURDER CASE

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