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Local 888 calls on Governor Baker for comprehensive criminal justice reform

April 6, 2017

Local 888 President Mark DelloRusso joined the SEIU Massachusetts State Council on a letter to Gov. Baker and other top lawmakers calling for reforms that "go beyond the recommendations of the study on criminal justice reform released by the Council of State Government."

The letter called for an end to mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent drug offenses, an increase in the threshold for felony larceny from $250 to $2500, and sealing CORI laws for seven years for felonies and three years for misdemeanors.

Copies of the SEIU State Council letter are available from