Advocates Again See Hope in Easing Rockfeller Laws

Print More New York Gov. George E. Pataki met yesterday with Russell Simmons, the hip-hop businessman who has emerged as a leading advocate for revising the 30-year old “Rockfeller Law” penalties for drug crimes. The meeting came amid signs of movement toward liberalization of the penalties, the New York Times reports. Simmons will meet today in
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