Jennifer Turner

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Researcher and attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union in New York; author of the report, "A Living Death: Sentenced to Die Behind Bars for What?"

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The White House announced a new initiative to expand the President’s use of clemency, particularly for prisoners serving long mandatory sentences for nonviolent drug crimes.

Clemency

The White House announced a new initiative to expand the President’s use of clemency, particularly for prisoners serving long mandatory sentences for nonviolent drug crimes.

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