Obama Commutes 95 Drug Sentences; Many More Inmates Eligible

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President Obama today commuted the prison sentences of 95 drug offenders, the Washington Post reports. With a year to go in the Obama presidency, the clemency numbers are falling short of the administration’s rhetoric, NPR reports. Volunteers in an effort called Clemency Project 2014 are sifting through 34,000 applications from federal inmates. Half of them
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