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October 16, 2008

The quality of mercy is not strained, but its geography is notable

Over at Pardon Power, P.S. Ruckman has this interesting new post titled "The Geography of Bush's Pardons."  Here is how it starts:

Here are some data on the distribution of President Bush's clemency decisions (157 pardons and 6 commutations of sentence) by state:

Number (State)
17 - Texas
14 - Florida
10 - Georgia

Ruckman also has an ever-helpful Watch List as we approach the upcoming traditional presidential pardon season in a few weeks.

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