One thing we can all probably agree upon is that our kids are our future and that we must do everything we can to make a better life for all of them.
Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura was right when she stated that Indiana can do better for children in the juvenile justice system by transferring fewer youths to adult court.
Indiana officials went into this year's session of the Indiana General Assembly with a solid proposal for comprehensive sentencing reform. It is unfortunate that the plan died in the partisan free-for-all.
States are taking a hard look at when juvenile offenders should be treated as adults, even as Indiana opens the door wider to prosecuting juveniles as adults.
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