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This Clip Convinced the Senator

Prison reform lobbyist Moshe Margareten says a video of the Rebbe changed the mind of Senator James Risch. Full Story, Video

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Wow
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Wow

Incredible!!!

That. Is. Amazing.
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That. Is. Amazing.

Thank you for sharing!

Nunu.
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Nunu.

Twelve Republicans voted against advancing the legislation despite President Trump endorsing the measure in November: Sens. John Barrasso (Wyo.), Richard Burr (N.C.), Tom Cotton (Ark.), Mike Enzi (Wyo.), John Kennedy (La.), Jon Kyl (Ariz.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Jim Risch (Idaho), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Dan Sullivan (Alaska), Mike Rounds (S.D.) and Pat Toomey (Pa.).

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The meeting with Risch the bill was an ONLY prison reform bill, without drug sentencing. He was at first even against that bill but at the meeting was convinced to support it. The Rebbe discussed rehabilitation, not sentencing. But they then added drug sentencing to the bill and Risch backed out as he looks at drugs as a violent crime.

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RE: Senator Pat Toomey
As a constituent who has been following this bill closely, and who has had a conversation with the senator in regard to his initial reservations about this bill, I think that the senator deserves credit for actually voting for the bill’s passage when it came to the vote that counts. Just saying…
May we merit to live in a time when bills like these are not necessary. May we usher in the complete and final redemption with the coming of Moshiach NoW!

what year was this video?
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what year was this video?
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