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March 27, 2014 5:46 PM

It’s time for Texas to raise the adult age for offenders to 18

For 95 years, Texas criminal law has considered 17-year-olds as adults who, if they commit a crime, are directed into an adult prison system that is not capable of providing for their unique needs.

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