MN Sentencing Proposal Would Give Judges Latitude In Drug Cases

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An emotional crowd jammed a hearing yesterday as Minnesota leaders tried sorting through a proposal to overhaul the state’s drug sentencing guidelines to decrease prison time and better distinguish addicts from potentially violent drug dealers, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Nearly three dozen people, from faith leaders and recovering addicts to police officers, addressed the
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