Huntsville Radio: J. Pepper Bryars talks prison construction, occupational licensing and dad-deprived homes

Aug 3, 2019

API senior fellow J. Pepper Bryars recently discussed prison construction, occupational licensing and the impact of dad-deprived homes during an appearance on Politics & Moore, airing on WVNN 92.5 FM in Huntsville. Bryars talked about his recent oped on the need to build three major prisons in Alabama, all without taxpayer dollars. He also mentioned […]

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