Sessions Backed Law on Fairer Crack-Powder Sentences

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Civil-rights groups will fight President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) as attorney general over his record on issues of race. Still, Sessions fought for lowering the penalty for crack cocaine trafficking on the ground that it was unfair to African Americans.
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