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President Barack Obama on Thursday commuted the sentences of eight federal inmates who were convicted of crack cocaine offenses, greatly expanding his use of the presidential clemency power to help those incarcerated because of harsh drug laws.
President Barack Obama on Thursday commuted the sentences of eight federal inmates who were convicted of crack cocaine offenses. All eight have spent at least 15 years in prison, and six were serving life sentences.
"The president took the enormous step of giving hope and new life to people who were doomed to die behind bars for nonviolent