"It's not too late to reverse course. The House of Representatives could reconsider, revoke its action and apologize to the attorney general and that is what they should do," Mr. Rosen said.
"While we believe this tool to predict recidivism is an improvement over the existing system, we also recognize that there is room for additional change as we continue through the implementation process and gather more data," Rosen said.
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