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The Democratic leader's calumnies rival those of Joe McCarthy
Topic - Jerry Madden
When I was first asked to serve as Chairman of the Corrections Committee in the Texas House of Representatives, my first reaction was, “What did I do to deserve this?” As an engineer by training, I did not have a background in criminal justice and was not sure where to begin.
"It was a conservative plan," Madden said. "It was saving us money; it was making us safer; it was treating people who had drug problems, who had alcohol problems, who had mental health problems."