President Obama Commutes Sentences of 95 Federal Drug Prisoners

President Obama Commutes Sentences of 95 Federal Drug Prisoners

WASHINGTON, DC — President Obama on Friday commuted the federal prison sentences of 95 men and women, all but two of them drug offenders serving draconian sentences. He also issued pardons for two people who have already served their sentences.

Many had been imprisoned since the 1990s. Some were doing life sentences for drug offenses. Most were cocaine offenders, but the commutations also included people doing time for marijuana, meth, and heroin.

This single step nearly doubles the number of sentence commutations the president has issued…

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