During a campaign event in Nashua, New Hampshire on Tuesday, Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden was asked about the 1994 crime bill he helped write as a Senator from Delaware. The question posed to Biden concerned the impact the bill had on mass incarceration rates, particularly among minority communities living in poverty, and what he might do to alleviate those effects.



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