DOJ Admits “Unintended Consequences” in Drug War, May Reduce Sentences

NPR

“The war on drugs is now 30, 40 years old,” Holder says. “There have been a lot of unintended consequences. There’s been a decimation of certain communities, in particular communities of color.”

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