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October 8, 2007

Major media coverage of crack disparity

The Sentencing Project has effectively assembled here a lot of the major media coverage of crack sentencing issues in the wake of the Supreme Court argument in Kimbrough.  Here is how the assembly is set up:

As the national debate over the excessive penalties prescribed under the federal sentencing guidelines for low-level crack cocaine offenses has infiltrated Congress, the advocacy community and now the U.S. Supreme Court, major media are offering broad commentary on the issue. Ongoing coverage includes editorials addressing disparity concerns, the science behind the effects of crack and powder, and mandatory minimum sentencing issues.

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