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September 2, 2013

Lots of commentary on AG Holder's recent work on mandatory minimums in US News

I have just noticed a whole lot of recent commentary up at US News & World Report concerning AG Eric Holder's big speech to the ABA and his decision to provide new guidance to federal prosecutors concerning the charging of certain drug crimes.  Some of this commentary is assembled on this Debate Club page put up a few weeks ago under the heading "Is Eric Holder Making a Good Move on Mandatory Minimums?". Here are the three pieces from that locale:

In addition, US News has also recently posted these three other commentaries on these same issues:

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