Juvenile Justice/The Real Deal
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On May 7, 1997, the house of representatives passed the Juvenile Crime Control Act of 1997, which would make it easier to try juveniles as adults in the federal prison. This bill actually provides billions of dollars to states to change their juvenile codes and get tougher on youth offenders.