JUSTICE REFORM ACTIVISTS PLAN SIT-IN IN BAKER'S OFFICE
Activists and clergy members plan a Friday afternoon sit-in at Gov. Charlie Baker's office to present him with their demands for criminal justice reform.
The group, which calls itself The Massachusetts 6+, wants Baker to "launch an independent investigation into the documented pattern of abuses of policies, failed policies, and misconduct of many staff," in the Department of Correction, according to a press release.
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