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From prisons to start-ups to schools, countless existing laws and policies stack the deck against many Americans and their families.
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From prisons to start-ups to schools, many existing laws and policies stack the deck against ordinary Americans and their families.
Unfair and unjustly harsh sentences for low-level and non-violent offenders are destroying lives and families. Reforming our justice system can reduce poverty by as much as 30 percent, dramatically improving both safety and quality of life throughout society.
Pay-to-work licenses required by local, state and federal governments for hundreds of occupations have restricted the creation of nearly three million jobs and inhibited entrepreneurship, harming low-income individuals and communities the most.
Yet another barrier is a broken educational system that too often puts special interests first and students second. Educating young minds is essential to well-being and progress.
In a heartfelt letter sent from a medium-security prison, Weldon Angelos said that if Koch Industries worked to release him, the company would never regret it.
The political divide between interior designers Kelley Barnett and Shea Pumarejo is vast. But they’re together on this: occupational registration laws are bad for business.
The number of people incarcerated in the United States has ballooned by 500 percent over the last 40 years. Our communities are safest when the criminal justice system respects human dignity.
See how we’re building a coalition from across the political spectrum to reform our broken criminal justice system.
First, we chose to “ban the box,” opting to evaluate employee candidates on their potential, not their past mistakes. Now, we’ve partnered with Mike Rowe and Project JumpStart to give practical job skills to those seeking a second chance.
We want to have an open conversation about removing barriers to opportunity and progress.
We oppose all forms of corporate welfare – even if it benefits us.
Koch promotes individual freedom, including freedom of expression and inquiry.
Koch supports many causes that promote equal justice and a free and open society. Our advocacy, activism and educational efforts focus on removing the barriers to people reaching their full potential.