We share this press release on the passage of Senate Bill 2014 which repeals existing law relative to the automatic suspension of drivers licenses for individuals convicted of a non-violent drug offense. This is one such criminal justice reform measure that Senator Brownsberger supports to help remove barriers for people trying to get back up on their feet.
22News WWLP reported on the Senate debate on bill S.2014 relative to the automatic license suspension of drivers licenses, and reported that, “Belmont State Senator William Brownsberger told 22News that prison time should be punishment enough. ‘People are starting to realize we’re grinding people down. Okay, we punish them – good, done. Now we have to let them get back on their feet.'”
On WRKO’s Morning Show with Kim Carrigan, Senator Brownsberger discussed the work of the Special Commission to Reduce the Recidivism of Sex Offenders (SORC?).