Shifting the process from the Justice Department to the White House can help eliminate bureaucracy and meddling from prosecutors.
Talking congressional oversight, the Bernie resurgence, and the death of Neil Peart on the Reason Roundtable podcast
The New Jersey senator was also willing to buck the establishment at key moments.
The Reason Roundtable panelists ask: Why so many hawks in the anti-Trump clump?
More federal spending won’t make housing more accessible as long as regulations and zoning drive up prices.
"It's been tried by other nations," the New Jersey senator said.
Less pandering to education unions; more choices for parents.
Most Democrats agreed, though Andrew Yang argued that it made more sense to fund families directly.
Climate change is a problem, but the end of the world is not scheduled for 2030.
Cory Booker's Slam Against Joe Biden's Criminal Justice Record Shoveled Some More Dirt on the Old Lock 'Em Up Consensus
The climate of opinion has changed so dramatically that Democrats are politically obliged to support reform.
"There are people right now in prison for life for drug offenses because you stood up and used that tough-on-crime phony rhetoric."
Judges would be permitted to rethink sentences after 10 years have been served, particularly for inmates over the age of 50.
Those who disagree with Elizabeth Warren's economics tried really hard not to say so during the Dems' first presidential debate
No, Cory Booker, There Isn't a Study Showing That Licensing Gun Owners Cuts Gun Violence by 40 Percent
A flawed study continues to be repeated as if it proves something about the efficacy of gun permit laws.
Booker would move the process away from prosecutors and into the White House.
Sen. Cory Booker's comments were in response to Sen. Bernie Sanders' public education plan, which targets charter schools.
The Democratic presidential candidate promises to fight for a design requirement that is not currently feasible.
And that's just one of the measures outlined in his new gun control proposal.
The one potential holdout? Joe "gateway drug" Biden.
In friendly CNN town hall, N.J. senator tells his audience he knows what they want.
The New Jersey senator says there's nothing funny about pot busts that warp people's lives.
Ilhan Omar's Israel Remarks Prompt Politicians to Bicker Over Who the Real Bigots Are: Reason Roundup
Plus: outrage over water bottles, and Cory Booker introduces the "next step" on criminal justice reform
Can Congress order federal courts to expunge records, and can it do so without a motion?
Democrats approached the issue carefully in 2016. Now six presidential candidates are all-in for complete reform.
The senator has a history of grandstanding during judicial hearings.
What comes next in the Virginia governor scandal, why "Medicare for All" ain't happening, and how Baby Boomers are a fatberg clogging America's cultural sewers
Cory Booker Understands Restrictive Zoning Codes Are a Problem. How Much Will That Matter for His Presidential Run?
All three Senate Democrats running for president have distinctive housing reform proposals.
The New Jersey senator was once a big supporter of education reform, but that could be a liability in 2020.
The New Jersey senator is a friend of criminal justice reform, but his best friend might steal the spotlight.
Plus: Congress defends unauthorized war and a genetic-testing company is opening up its records to the federal government.
"If you can't debate hard issues honestly, with honor, with integrity, how do we keep a civil society?" Thomas said.
Pretty much what everyone expected. Unfortunately.
Booker's totally not running for president or anything.
Because that's a thing that happens in the United States.
At South by Southwest, Cory Booker declines to say whether or not he will run for president.
New Jersey senator says attitudes about criminal justice have radically shifted since the '80s and '90s.
2013, Booker's last year as mayor, saw the highest number of murders in Newark in 23 years
Want the House to consider the immigration bill passed by the Senate
Oh look, a progressive not afraid to admit Rand Paul's right on an issue they're interested in
City council to vote after 30 days, mayor can't imagine them not voting for Quintana, the city council president who takes over immediately