Sessions Backed Law on Fairer Crack-Powder Sentences

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Civil-rights groups oppose Sen. Jeff Sessions’s nomination as attorney general over his record on race, but they share what the Wall Street Journal calls a "a sliver of common ground" on one issue--federal cocaine sentences. Sessions was Congress’s most avid supporter of cutting the disparity between sentences for crack and powder cocaine, at . . .

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