Over the past year and half, the state legislature and Governor Pataki have modified New York’s Rockefeller Drug Laws. How effective have those changes been? Is further reform needed? What else could be done to improve the state’s drug policies, increase access to treatment for offenders and make alternatives to incarceration more meaningful and effective?
Speakers: Assemblymember Jeffrion L. Aubry, Chair, NY State Assembly Committee on Corrections Bridget G. Brennan, Special Narcotics Prosecutor, City of New York Reverend Calvin O. Butts, III, Pastor, Abyssinian Baptist Church Robert Gangi, Executive Director, Correctional Association of New York Gwen Wilkinson, District Attorney, Tompkins County
Moderator: Andrew White, Director, Center for New York City Affairs
Supported by the Milano Foundation.