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Obama commutes eight crack-cocaine sentences

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President Obama on Thursday commuted the prison sentences of eight inmates serving time for crack cocaine offenses, part of a major push by the White House to alleviate so-called mandatory minimums for nonviolent drug crimes. Prior to Thursday, Obama had commuted just one sentence, wielding the presidential power far less than his predecessors “Today, I am commuting the prison terms of eight...

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