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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - House Corrections Committee
Old habits are hard to break when it comes to Mississippi lawmakers' desire to lock up criminals.
While Americans seem to be sharply divided along partisan lines when it comes to important domestic policy issues -- take health care, immigration or the national debt, for example -- in at least one area of national importance, conservatives and liberals are increasingly united: criminal justice reform.