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Marc Levin, chief of policy and innovation for Right on Crime, an initiative of the Texas Public Policy Foundation. (Courtesy photo)

On Nov. 3, the future for all Americans is at stake at the ballot box, but for some children any possibility of a future outside of prison will be at stake before the Supreme Court. On Election Day, the nation’s highest court will hear arguments on the issue of juvenile sentences of life without parole.

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