Why NY’s Rockefeller Drug Law Reforms Are Stymied

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One of the enduring mysteries in recent years is why the New York State has been unable to overhaul the Rockefeller drug laws. The 1970s statutes force judges to sentence drug offenders to lengthy prison terms that Gov. George E. Pataki and the leaders of both houses of the Legislature agree are draconian, says the
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